Romanes

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Romanes

(ˈrɒmənɪs)
n
(Languages) Romany; the language of the Gypsies
[from Romany]
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We do not have special classes in the Romani language or the option to learn that language in extracurricular activities.
In sections on homeless and home-making, home and dispossession, and languages of home, they consider such aspects as domestic dislocation: when home is not so sweet, strained belonging and claims to home: ancestors and descendants of the New York African Burial Ground, harvesting stories: home and communities, recalling home: farewell to the house in Petrinska Street (a theater project), the Romani language: a signpost to home, and migration and belonging in the home literacies of Mirpuri families.
Sanskrit-based Romani language or one of its dialects (although many do
I have used O (Baro) Porrajmos ("The (Great) Devouring") to refer to the Holocaust in the Romani language in my book We Are the Romani People and elsewhere--though it is not my creation, as the editor claims (p.
The volume ends with a bibliography of translations of the Bible into different dialects of the Romani language.
The text is peppered with French and Romani language as a further dimension added to the character of Ling.
Almost 60% of the Roma children never finish primary school, and only 0.9% continues further education (in Voivodina there are currently 36 elementary schools in which the Romani language is learned).
They do not travel in picturesque caravans and many have lost the Romani language.
On the side, he taught himself some of the Romani language to better understand the situation of the Roma.
The Romani language, as well as its original speakers, the Roma, originates in north-western India, from where they emigrated ca.
He qualified the statement by noting that there are those "within the Roma ethnicity who don't speak the Romani language."