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pikey

(ˈpaɪkɪ)
n
1. (Peoples) a gypsy or vagrant
2. (Peoples) a member of the underclass
[perhaps from turnpike]
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Ceir sawl stori ryfeddol yn y llyfr gyda'i aberth a'i ddyfalbarhad yn siwr o fod yn ysbrydoliaeth i bobl ifanc, a cheir esboniad pam ei fod yn cael ei alw'n Pikey, a sut wnaeth hynny ddenu dilyniant gan sipsiwn.
WELSH Apprentice star Alana Spencer has been forced to apologise for her comments calling members of the travelling community "chav pikeys" and "jobless pikey scum".
Pikey Pirates set for the Old Saw Mill Garden Party, a secret location music festival
From Pikey Beatz to The Fiona Clayton Band the band's core members have performed at various BBC stages and Live Radio sessions, countless headline festival slots and toured extensively.
P is for Pikey Members of the traveller community were outraged earlier this year by a sign reading "Pikey's Peak" while Hammond drove a car up a mountain.
Bartholomew and Pikey must follow the fairies north to discover a portal between this world and the Old Country.
Pikey is a derogatory slang term used to Travellers.
In The Whatnot, readers meet Pikey Thomas, a boy who's helping to rescue Hettie.
Comedian Russell, who describes himself as a "shy pikey from Enfield", is still trying to adjust to his meteoric rise to fame.
In a world of emulsions and foams and three-times cooked duck testicles, the ordering of steak can be viewed as illeducated, dull, a bit pikey.
I liked Pete and the Pikey, Ryan Nix, so I just stuck with it.
After realizing that Pitt couldn't master a London accent, Ritchie gave him the role Mickey the Pikey, who has an undecipherable accent.