- Gypsy (disambiguation)
Gypsyrefers to various unrelated ethnic groups or persons fitting Gypsy stereotypes.
Gypsy may also refer to:
Romani people, living worldwide
Lom people, in East Anatolia and Armenia
Lyuli, in Central Asia
Dom people, in South-West Asia
*Various nomadic groups in South Asia, like
Irish Travellers, also known as "Pavee", mostly in Ireland, Great Britain, and the United States
Sea Gypsies, a number of different peoples of Southeast Asia
Yeniche (people), mostly in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, France, and Belgium
Literature and drama
*"The Gypsy" (novel), a novel by Steven Brust and Megan Lindholm
*"", a book by Gypsy Rose Lee
**"", a musical based on the memoirs of Gypsy Rose Lee
**"Gypsy" (film), a 1962 film starring Rosalind Russell and based on the musical
*"Gipsy" (comics), a science fiction graphic novel series by Enrico Marini and Thierry Smolderen
Gypsy (comics), a DC comic book superheroine
Gypsy (MST3K), a robot character in the TV series "Mystery Science Theater 3000"
*"Gypsy" (Avatar Press), an Avatar Press comic created by
*"Gypsies", a fantasy novel by
Robert Charles Wilson
*"The Gypsies", a narrative poem by
Band of Gypsys", an album by Jimi Hendrix
Gypsy (band), a music group from Minnesota, United States, and one of their albums
The Gypsies, a band that performs Sinhala and English songs
*"Gypsy" (Fleetwood Mac song), from the album "Mirage"
The Gypsy", a 1945 popular song written by Billy Reid and performed by several artists
*"Gypsy", a song by Suzanne Vega from the album "
*"Gypsy", a song by Emperor from the album "
In the Nightside Eclipse" (on 1999 edition only)
*"Gypsy", a song by Armin van Buuren from the album "Shivers"
*"Gypsy", a song by Mercyful Fate from the album "
Don't Break The Oath"
*"Gypsy", a song by Uriah Heep from the album "
Very 'eavy... Very 'umble"
*"Gypsy", a song by Luscious Jackson from the album "Electric Honey"
*"Gypsy", a song by Dio from the album "
*"Gypsy", a song by Black Sabbath from the album "
*"Gypsy", a song by The Moody Blues from the album "
To Our Childrens Childrens Children"
*"The Gypsy", a song by Deep Purple from the album "Stormbringer"
*"Gypsy", a song by
Ektomorffrom the album "Destroy"
*"Gypsy", a song by
Pistol Gripfrom the album "Another Round"
*"Gypsy", a song by
Savoy Brownfrom the album "Looking In"
*"Gypsy Biker", a song by Bruce Springsteen from the album "Magic"
Gypsy (software), a 1975 word processing program
Gipsy, Missouri, U.S.
Gypsy, West Virginia, U.S.
Austin Gipsy, a Land-Rover-like vehicle
Maruti Gypsy, a vehicle by Maruti Udyog Limited
*Gypsey Race, a watercourse running through the
Yorkshire Wolds, into the North Sea
Gypsy Rose Lee(1911–1970), American actress and entertainer
Gypsy (calypsonian), Trinidad and Tobago calypsonian and politician, also known as Winston "Gypsy" Patrick Peters
Gypsy Boots(1914–2004), full name Robert Bootzin, American fitness pioneer
Phyllis Coates(born 1927), born Gypsie Ann Evarts Stell, actress
Gypsys, Tramps & Thieves", a song by Cher
de Havilland Gipsy Moth, a biplane built in the 1920s
Gypsy Woman (disambiguation)
Gipsy Kings, a Spanish band
Gypsy Girl (disambiguation)
Gypsy Vanner horse
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