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We're excited that you have an opinion about the name Gypsy. To rate names on Nameberry, please register for an account or log in to an existing account. You will receive an email no more than once per day summarizing any new mentions of Gypsy on Nameberry. Would you like to follow Gypsy? Gypsy, long associated with the intellectual stripper Gypsy Rose Lee and the musical that was made about her life, was used by Drea de Matteo and Shooter Jennings as the middle name of their daughter Alabama. Be aware, however, that the word gypsy is now considered an ethnic slur when used for the Romani, or Roma, people. These 16 names were selected by our users that were looking for other names like Gypsy.
Romani names are used by the Romani, a nomadic people who live mainly in Europe and the Americas. Filter Results. Modern Rare Archaic. User list. Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
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Gypsies are featured in operas, novels and historical stories. In recent years, one of the most popular developments in baby naming is to choose a gypsy name. According to some, there are two primary groups of gypsies. Romany gypsies are believed to come from the Indian subcontinent, and they live in America and Europe. Irish travelers are of Irish origin like their name suggests and have a nomadic lifestyle as well.
If you want to be a part of this trend, MomJunction has just the list for you. There are two types of gypsies, Roma gypsies, and Irish travelers. Both have a nomadic lifestyle, but the ethnic groups are separate. Roma Gypsies are believed to have their roots in northern regions of the Indian subcontinent and reside in Europe and America. The Irish travelers, however, as the name suggests, are of Irish origin. The names used by the gypsies are usually the same as those of the people in the country they are residing.