Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A Gipsy.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun A gypsy.

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  • noun archaic A Gypsy.

Etymologies

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From Italian.

Examples

  • The show takes as its inspiration gypsy tales and music from Central Europe; "zingaro" means gypsy in Spanish and Italian.

    Time Off

  • W.at of John Joyce's friend W.atherup misnamed W.therup, or Charles W. Poole as "Pooles," or the Zingari cricket club as "zingaro"?

    'Making the Wrong Joyce': An Exchange

  • Your old friend the zingaro, the gitano who rode about

    The Romany Rye A Sequel to 'Lavengro'

  • Your old friend the zingaro, the gitano who rode about Spain, to say nothing of Galicia, with the Greek Buchini behind him as his squire, had a hand in bringing them about; there are many brave Spaniards connected with the present movement who took Bibles from his hands, and read them and profited by them. "

    George Borrow The Man and His Books

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