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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Names_of_the_Romani_people

Etymology. The demonyms of the Romani people, Lom and Dom share the same etymological origin, reflecting Sanskrit ḍoma "a man of low caste, living by singing and music". Gypsy and gipsy. The English term gipsy or gypsy is commonly used to used to indicate Romani people, Tinkers and Travellers, and use of the word gipsy in modern-day English is so pervasive (and is a legal term under Engl...

20000-names.com/gypsy_names.htm

Gypsy names may be divided into two classes, names connected with trades, and surnames or family names. First of all, something about trade names. There are only two names of trades which have been adopted by English Gypsies as proper names, Cooper and Smith: these names are expressed in the English Gypsy dialect by Vardo-mescro and Petulengro .

sciway3.net/clark/freemoors/presentsurnames.html

American Roma Surnames: These are names of Roma known to us to have been, or presently, living in the USA ... Anyone with information, corrections, comments, or "other," on Gypsies in America please contact me.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Irish_Travellers

Irish Travellers (Irish: an lucht siúil, meaning 'the walking people') are a traditionally itinerant ethnic group who maintain a set of traditions. Although predominantly English-speaking, many also use Shelta.They live mostly in Ireland as well as comprising large communities in the United Kingdom and the United States. Traveller rights groups have long pushed for ethnic status from the ....

sciway3.net/clark/freemoors/roma.html

Gypsy Deportations to America: Gypsy Surnames in the USA : Gypsy Surnames (Google cache page, no longer extant) Gypsy clans feud over fortunetelling: Romani Archives and Documention Center, University of TX (off site) A New Book: "The Gypsy American" (available through WalMart on line) This is "News?" or why Gypsies & Travellers prefer to ...

www.reference.com/education/common-last-names-gypsy-families-fd07b1c71f6019a0

What Are Some of the Most Common Last Names for Gypsy Families? Some common Romany Gypsy last names include Cooper, Smith, Lee, Boswell, Lovell, Doe, Wood, Young and Heron. Some others include Shaw, Gray and Draper.

www.johncooke.com/old_site/name/gypsy.htm

There are numerous sub-cultures included under the Gypsy heading. The very common surnames (ie: Adams, Lee, Marks, Evans, Smith) usually belong to the "Rom," the American Gypsies, who are third and fourth generation in this country and the most nomadic in lifestyle.

www.reference.com/education/common-gypsy-surnames-54515cd29694ffe7

What Are Some Common Gypsy Surnames? common gypsy last names gypsy surnames list what are gypsy people what are gypsies known for gypsy surnames in america how common is your surname most common us surnames

www.everyculture.com/multi/Du-Ha/Gypsy-Americans.html

A Gypsy court system enforces the taboos, to effectively limit social interactions with non-Gypsies. Gypsy Americans may bend their taboos by eating in a restaurant with non-Gypsies, and then attend to the taboos by remarking that some uncleanliness made them sick or unlucky.

www.geni.com/projects/Romani-Gypsy-Notables/13111

A collection of genealogical profiles related to Romani Gypsy Notables. Romani music has also strongly influenced Bolero, Jazz, and Flamenco (especially cante jondo) in Europe.. Some prominent individuals with Romany ancestry are Elvis Presley, Bill Clinton, Michael Caine, and the English Romanichels of England & Scotland, the Welsh Kale, the German Sinti, the basque Romani.