Definition of Gyppie
1. gippo [n -S] - See also: gippo
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gyppie
gyppie (current term)
Literary usage of Gyppie
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Service & Sport in the Sudan: A Record of Administration in the Anglo by David Charles Edward ffrench Comyn (1911)
"It has been the fashion to abuse the poor gyppie. Taken direct from his village, from tilling the fields from early morning till late evening and driving a ..."
2. The Seventh Manchesters, July 1916 to March 1919 by S. J. Wilson (1920)
"... their noses held high in an aristocratic! leer, each led with a head rope by a blue smocked gyppie. The QMS would appear: " ' Tala Henna, Walad. ..."
3. A Memoir by Francis Wharton (1891)
"... who were known as " gyppie and Timmie Wharton ;" or his frequent and unconventional call, as he used to lean upon the fence with his hand to his head ..."