Romani meaning

rŏmə-nē, rōmə-, rämə-
A member of a people that arrived in Europe in migrations from northern India around the 14th century, now also living in the Americas and Australia. Many Romani groups have preserved elements of their traditional culture, including an itinerant existence and the Romani language.
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The Indic language of the Romani.
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Of or relating to the Romani or their language or culture.
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The Indo-Aryan language of the Gypsies, which occurs with dialectal variations in each of the countries where they live.
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Of the Gypsies or their language or culture.
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A nomadic people with origins in India, the Roma.

The Romani have long been discriminated against.

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The Indo-Aryan lect of the Roma people, or one of its sublects (such as Roma, Sinti, Romanichal, etc), closely related to Hindi and Rajasthani.
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A member of the Roma people.
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Of or belonging to the Roma people.
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Origin of romani

  • Romani romani feminine of romano from rom man from Prakrit ḍoma man of a low caste of Dravidian origin

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From Romani romani, feminine form of romano (“of or pertaining to the Roma"), from rom (“man"). See also Roma.

    From Wiktionary