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10 Gypsy names and what they mean, for gypsy for baby girls, listing 1-10.

Azucena .. The name of the gypsy in Verdi's 1853 opera "Il Trovatore".
[Asucena, Asusena, Ayscena, Azusa, Azusayna, .. 2 more]

Consuelo .. The heroine, a gypsy, became a successful opera singer.
[Chela, Chelo, Connie, Consolata, Consuela, .. 1 more]

Esmeralda .. The name was made famous in 1831 as the name of the gypsy girl loved by Quasimodo in Victor Hugo's novel "The Hunchback of Notre Dame".
[Em, Emmie, Emerald, Emerant, Emeraude, .. 16 more]

Gitana .. (Spanish) "Gypsy."
[Gitane, Gitanna, Jeetanna]

Gypsy .. The tribe of Romany was called "gypsy" because they were thought to have originated in Egypt .. The name is often used as a nickname, as in Gypsy Rose Lee.
[Gipsee, Gipsey, Gipsy]

Jessenia .. Variant of Llesenia or Yesenia, originally made popular by the Gypsy title character of a 1970s Spanish soap opera ..
[Jasenia, Jesenia, Jesenya, Yesenia, Yessenia, .. 1 more]

Llesenia .. Probably coined for the gypsy female lead in a 1970s Spanish soap opera ..

Rawnie .. An English Gypsy term.

Tzigane .. (Hungarian) "Gypsy."
[Tsigana, Tsigane]

Zigana .. (Hungarian) "Gypsy."
[Tsigana, Tsigane, Tzigana, Tzigane, Ziganna]

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Gypsy names: Consuelo, Esmeralda, Jessenia

Azucena, Consuelo, Esmeralda and Jessenia are commonly used names, while Gitana, Gypsy, Llesenia, Rawnie, Tzigane and Zigana are rare in comparison. (2000 U.S. Census)


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