Definition of Gitanos
1. gitano [n] - See also: gitano
Lexicographical Neighbors of Gitanos
gitanos (current term)
Literary usage of Gitanos
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)
"ALREADY, from the two preceding chapters, it will have been perceived that the condition of the gitanos in Spain has been subjected of late to considerable ..."
2. The Zincali: An Account of the Gypsies of Spain by George Henry Borrow (1901)
"Amongst the richer gitanos, habits of greater cleanliness of course exist than amongst the poorer. An air of sluttishness, however, pervades their dwellings ..."
3. A Flame of Fire: Being the History of the Adventures of Three Englishmen in by Joseph Hocking (1903)
"These people were in danger like ourselves, for I believed them to be a party of vagrants, which the Spaniards call gitanos. " Let us go towards them," I ..."
4. A Vagabond in Spain by Charles Bogue Luffmann (1895)
"THE gitanos. —THE CARTUJA.—TWO DREAMS BY DAYLIGHT.—-A PILGRIM IN THE SNOW. A GLIMPSE OF BLUE WATER.—THE END OF MY JOURNEY. rI ^HERE is a house in Granada ..."
5. The Cities and Wilds of Andalucia by Robert Dundas Murray (1853)
"gitanos. ROW IN THE VENTA. — GUADIX. ASPECT OF THE SIERRA NEVADA. PRONUNCIAMIENTO IN GRANADA. THE position of Malaga, though neither picturesque nor ..."