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  • Romanies — ➡ gypsies * * * …   Universalium

  • Romanies — Rom·a·ny || rÉ’mÉ™nɪ n. Gypsy, member of a nomadic Indian people who immigrated to Europe and North America during the 15th 18th centuries n. Gypsies, group of nomadic Indian people who immigrated to Europe and North America during the 15th… …   English contemporary dictionary

  • romanies — plural of romany …   Useful english dictionary

  • Kale (Welsh Romanies) — The Kale (also Kalá, Valshanange) are a group of Romani people who reside in Wales. Many claim to be descendant of Abram Wood, who was the first Romani to reside permanently and exclusively in Wales in the early 1700s, though Welsh Kale have… …   Wikipedia

  • Advisory Council (originally Committee) for the Education of Romanies and Other Travellers —    (ACERT)    United Kingdom. Chair: David Cannon. In 1988 the National Gypsy Education Council split, with some of the committee forming ACERT. The council has widened its work with Gypsies from mere education …   Historical dictionary of the Gypsies

  • History of the Romani people — The Romani people, also referred to as the Roma or Gypsies, are an ethnic group who live primarily in Europe. They are believed to have originated in the northern part of the Indian subcontinent. They began their migration to Europe and North… …   Wikipedia

  • Romani people — For other uses, see Romani (disambiguation). Romani people Rromane dźene Romani flag created in 1933 a …   Wikipedia

  • Romani people by country — Distribution of the Romani people in Europe (2007 Council of Europe average estimates , totalling 9.8 million)[1][dead link] * The size of the wheel …   Wikipedia

  • Antiziganismo — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda El antiziganismo o antirromanismo es la hostilidad, prejuicio o actitud racista dirigida hacia el pueblo de los romaníes, habitualmente conocidos como gitanos. A lo largo de su historia a menudo han sido considerados …   Wikipedia Español

  • Chronology of Gypsy History — 224 241 Persia: In the reign of Shah Ardashir, Gypsies first come from India to work. 420 438 Persia: Bahram Gur, Shah of Persia, brings Gypsy musicians from India. 661 Arab Empire: Indians (Zott) brought from India to Mesopotamia. 669 /670 Arab… …   Historical dictionary of the Gypsies