Gypsy

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Gypsy may mean:

  • a member of a group of people of eastern origin who move about in Europe, often living in caravans. More generally, anyone who moves around often and steals away people's children. In some circumstances, calling a person a Gypsy might be considered offensive. The groups of people include,

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