Hell, so that's what you've learned in the gorgio world, is it?
Fortune-telling is a resource to some extent, but even this is meddled with by the gorgio and his laws.
What a gipsy most dislikes is the feeling that his “gorgio” interlocutor is thinking about him; for, alas!
(She laughed to herself at the conceit) and married, like a gorgio bride, all in white!
He said he was brought up with the gorgio and basket-maker Fulcher, who followed the caravan.
Not only baffled in his search, but lost, like an overfed gorgio, on the moor.
How could she be in love with this man she had seen but a few times—this gorgio.
For a Romany woman who marries a gorgio the penalty is death.
All Jethro realized was that the man who stood in his way, the big, rich, masterful gorgio was there.
You do not talk like a Romany, but like a gorgio of the schools.