Gypsy (disambiguation)

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Gypsy is a name for the Romani people, an ethnic group of South Asian origin.

Gypsy or gypsies may also refer to:

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People[edit]

  • Gypsy (calypsonian) (born 1953), a Trinidad and Tobago politician and calypsonian also known as Winston Edward Peters
  • Gypsy Abbott (1896–1952), an American silent film actress
  • Gypsy Boots (1914–2004), an American fitness pioneer
  • Gypsy Joe (born 1933), a Puerto Rican professional wrestler
  • Gypsy Rose Lee (1911–1970), an American actress and entertainer
  • Radoslav Banga also known as Gipsy, the lead singer of Gipsy.cz
  • Kishansinh Chavda (1904–1979), a Gujarati author who wrote under the pseudonym "Gypsy"

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