Definition of Gitanas
1. gitana [n] - See also: gitana
Lexicographical Neighbors of Gitanas
gitanas (current term)
Literary usage of Gitanas
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Zincali: Or, An Account of the Gypsies of Spain. With an Original by George Henry Borrow (1843)
"gitanas THE GITANA OF SEVILLE LA ... TRICKS OF THE gitanas THE WIDOW OCCULT POWERS. CHIROMANCY, or the divination of the hand, is, according to the orthodox ..."
2. A Ride to Khiva: Travels and Adventures in Central Asia by Fred Burnaby (1876)
"... a Traveller gauged in Russia by his Furs, in Asia by his Retinue—Worn Out—The Pretty Ice-bearer—Moon-faced Girls—Seville—gitanas—Buying a Sheep—" Fat! ..."
3. Journal of the Gypsy Lore Society by Gypsy Lore Society (1889)
"With regard to the alleged chastity of the gitanas, extolled by Borrow, Enault, ... At Seville, at Cadiz, at Granada, I have known real gitanas who were ..."
4. The Bookman (1911)
"This brigadier was the Don Jose of the romance and the opera, but again this was but a pseudonym for him who was known to the tribe of gitanas as Issar ..."
5. The Columbian Magazine edited by John Inman, Robert A. West, Stephen M. Chester, Darius Mead (1845)
"At length he reached a small orange grove, where he found that preparations had been made for an evening's amusement by a group of gitanas- They intended to ..."