diddicoy


diddicoy
noun variant spelling of didicoi.

English new terms dictionary. 2014.

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  • diddicoy — See: didicoi …   Contemporary slang

  • diddicoy — Noun. A gypsy. Also spelt diddicoi and didicoi. Orig. Romany/dialect …   English slang and colloquialisms

  • diddicoy —   n. person who lives like a gypsy but is not a true Romany …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • diddicoy — var. of DIDICOI …   Useful english dictionary

  • didicoi (diddicoy, diddyguy, did) — n British a gypsy or a half gypsy. The word derives from the Romany didakeis, meaning the offspring of a marriage between a full blooded gypsy and an outsider. The word, which can be spelt in many ways, is often used in country districts to… …   Contemporary slang

  • Didicoy — (Romani: didikai; also diddicoy, diddycoy) is a term of the Romanichal (the English branch of Romani or Gypsies ) for travellers with mixed Romani blood. There was often fierce competition between the groups, and the Romanichal tended to blame… …   Wikipedia

  • Ursula Bloom — (1892 1984) was a British writerBiographyBorn in Essex, Ursula Bloom was the daughter of the Reverend Harvey Bloom, of whom she wrote a biography entitled Parson Extraordinary , and she also wrote about her Great Grandmother, Frances Graver (born …   Wikipedia

  • didicoi — [ dɪdɪkɔɪ] (also diddicoy) noun (plural didicois) dialect a Gypsy or itinerant tinker. Origin C19: perh. an alt. of Romany dik akei look here …   English new terms dictionary

  • didicoi — n. (also didakai, diddicoy) sl. a gypsy; an itinerant tinker. Etymology: Romany …   Useful english dictionary


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