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Didicoy

Didicoy (; also diddicoy, diddykai) is a term of the Romanichal (the English branch of Romani or "Gypsies") for travellers with mixed Romani blood.

Often, the settled population of Britain's Romany use the term Didicoy as a slang expression for all Romani people.

An example of an old Romani song about a mixed blooded Romanichal is the "Romano Rai"

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