Popularity:9607
Origin:British
Meaning:Bohemian traveler; A nomadic people from northern India
It’s hard to hear the name Gypsy and not immediately think of rock sensation Fleetwood Mac. Although heavily associated with one of their timeless tunes, this wonderful name originates from the English word “Gypsy,” alluding to a “bohemian traveler.” It may also be an alternative term for the Romani, a nomadic people from northern India who entered Europe between the 8th and 10th centuries. If your little one is any bit of a travel buff, giving them this gorgeous girl’s name will further inspire their inner globetrotter.
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