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  • n. Plural form of Romani.
  • n. Plural form of Romany.


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  • A mere one-tenth of Romanies from the Czech Lands survived the Holocaust.

    Prague Monitor

  • Yes, as you say, it is a pity, for after all the Romanies are a strange people, and, bad as they may have been, they were not without their good points.

    George Borrow in East Anglia

  • Indeed, the great speciality of the Romanies is the superiority of the women to the men — a superiority which extends to everything, unless, perhaps, we except that gift of music for which the gipsies are noticeable.

    Old Familiar Faces

  • One them is the existence of 300 ghettos, mainly inhabited by Romanies, that is the biggest and least popular problem.

    Gates of Vienna

  • Prague, Sept 3 (CTK) - A pilot project to support education of children from minority groups, such as Romanies and asylum seekers, ended in six selected Czech regions after two years and its future is uncertain, project manager Jana Muhic Voborilova told CTK Wednesday.

    Prague Monitor

  • The emergence of the Irish travellers is a bit more mysterious and probably has more to do with the Irish potato famine of the 1800s than with the Romanies.

    Everyday Ends With A Why « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • I don't romanticise the Romanies, as George Borrow did I think; some may argue, but they had a culture, as primitive as it was, and were a cohesive ethnic group.

    Nadine on Gypsies and Smacks

  • In this play Jelinek characteristically widens the perspective to the Nazi extermination of Jews and Romanies.

    Elfriede Jelinek: Provocation as the Breath of Life

  • But for the Jews - and, to a certain extent, the Romanies - the situation was different.

    The Nobel Peace Prize 1986 - Presentation Speech

  • Then the Romanies in great triumphe and reioyse intertaigned

    The Palace of Pleasure, Volume 1


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