Definition of Tsiganes
1. tsigane [n] - See also: tsigane
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Literary usage of Tsiganes
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Across Russia: From the Baltic to the Danube by Charles Augustus Stoddard (1891)
"SUMMER SOCIETY AND ITS HAUNTS A WINTER FESTIVAL THE tsiganes PETERHOF, ITS FOUNTAINS, GARDENS, AND MEMORIALS. THE Russian summer is a brief one, ..."
2. The Baltic, the Black Sea, and the Crimea: Comprising Travels in Russia, a by Charles Henry Scott (1854)
"... tsiganes"— Maripol—A Russian Urchin and a Tartar—Arabat—Rather Disagreeable. REACHING soon the elevated land, which forms the commencement of the Great ..."
3. The Whirlpool of Europe, Austria-Hungary and the Habsburgs by Archibald Ross Colquhoun, Ethel Maud Cookson Colquhoun (1907)
"The tsiganes are those strange Eastern people who under various names are found ... The Hungarian tsiganes are true Orientals in appearance, tawny, ..."
4. Europe in Storm and Calm: Twenty Years' Experiences and Reminiscences of an by Edward King (1885)
"Each individual belonging to the tsiganes whom I saw impressed me as a fugitive from Fate. To look back was impossible ; of the present lie was careless ..."
5. Descriptive Portraiture of Europe in Storm and Calm: Twenty Years by Edward King (1888)
"Each individual belonging to the tsiganes whom I saw impressed me as a fugitive from Fate. To look back was impossible ; of the present he was careless ..."