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Gypsy

, Gipsy
1. 
a. a member of a people scattered throughout Europe and North America, who maintain a nomadic way of life in industrialized societies. They migrated from NW India from about the 9th century onwards
b. (as modifier): a Gypsy fortune-teller
2. the language of the Gypsies; Romany

What does it mean when you dream about a gypsy?

Dreaming about gypsies may indicate the desire to roam freely without responsibilities and obligations, or to venture forth to seek one’s fortune by chance.

gypsy

[′jip·sē]
(naval architecture)
A small auxiliary drum fitted to one or both ends of a winch or windlass.

Gypsy

member of nomadic people who usually travel in small caravans. [Eur. Hist.: NCE, 1168]

Gypsy

Specification and verification of concurrent systems software. Message passing using named mailboxes. Separately compilable units: routine (procedure, function, or process), type and constant definition, each with a list of access rights.

["Report on the Language Gypsy", A.L. Ambler et al, UT Austin ICSCS-CMP-1976-08-1].
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So they went to see these gypsies and handed out B100 cash to each one of them.
Carroll (19) shared in the success of Morgan's Gypsie Queen in the opener, followed-up on the Eddie Lynam-trained Riobamba in the maiden and completed a tremendous day on John Hayden's course and distance winner Via Con Dias in the Derrinstown Stud Apprentice Series Handicap, bringing his seasonal tally to an impressive 23.
Joanna Morgan, trainer of Gypsie Queen "She was just beaten by a better horse over a mile and a half at Fairyhouse last time.
The Bohs keeper was under pressure from former Gypsie Colin Hawkins but could not keep the ball from crossing the line with the dispute over the identity of the goalscorer eventually settled in favour of Hawkins.
Joanna Morgan, trainer of High Vintage and Gypsie Queen "A lot will depend on the ground.