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didicoy, diddicoy or didakai (ˈdɪdɪˌkɔɪ, ˈdɪdəˌkaɪ)
n , pl -coys, -kais
(in Britain) one of a group of caravan-dwelling roadside people who live like Gypsies but are not true Romanies
[C19: from Romany]
diddicoy, diddicoy or didakai
[C19: from Romany]
didakai, diddicoy or didakai
[C19: from Romany]

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