|Native to||Spain, Portugal|
|Region||Spain and Portugal|
|40,000 ~ 70,000|
Caló (or Spanish Romani) is a dialect spoken by the Gitanos or Zincarli (also calés, "dark ones") that came to Spain. Caló uses Romani vocabulary with Spanish grammar,  as Spanish Roma lost the full use of their ancestral language. The language is mainly used for private talking between Roma people.
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