What is another word for romani?

Pronunciation: [ɹə͡ʊmˈɑːnɪ] (IPA)

Romani is a term that refers to the ethnic group that are commonly known as Gypsies. The Romani people originate from India and migrated across Europe and other parts of the world. The term Gypsy is often used as a synonym for Romani, although this can be seen as offensive as it is based on stereotypes and negative connotations. Other synonyms for Romani include Rom, Roma, Romany and Traveller. These terms are more accurate and respectful ways of referring to the Romani people and their culture. It is important to use appropriate language when referring to different ethnic groups to avoid perpetuating harmful stereotypes and discrimination.

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Usage examples for Romani

Through the influence of his son, he obtained the honour of Roman citizenship, probably at the time when the colony of Pisaurum was planted in B.C. 184. This distinction Ennius has himself recorded in a line of the Annals which indicates the high value which the Roman allies attached to this privilege:- Nos sumu' romani qui fuvimus ante Rudini.
"The Roman Poets of the Republic"
W. Y. Sellar
romani pontifices apostolicam bibliothecam magno studio amplificant atque illustrant.
"The Care of Books"
John Willis Clark
Commentum sane stupidissimum, ut pudeat me romani nominis, quod in sua religione non conquirant viros, qui saltem prudenter et ornate nobis haereticis responderent."
"Historical Introductions to the Symbolical Books of the Evangelical Lutheran Church"
Friedrich Bente

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