Gorgio

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Gorgio

(ˈɡɔːdʒəʊ; -dʒɪəʊ)
n, pl -gios
(Peoples) (sometimes not capital) a word used by Gypsies for a non-Gypsy
[from Romany]
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Skipper Gorgios Karagounis struck a first-half winner and Samaras's team held firm during a fraught second period to send a downbeat nation into ecstasy.
[8] This historic backdrop helps explain some of the widespread suspicion, prejudice and hostility still found today between Gypsies and Travellers and 'Gorgios' (non-Gypsies/Travellers).
It was considered appropriate to select potential participants on that basis, since they might be hostile, uncomfortable with and wary of those they do not know, especially 'Gorgios' and particularly authority figures.
It is a little known fact that most of the Holly wreaths and crosses that we Gorgios (Non Roma) people use to decorate our doors and graves are made by the Roma people.
Next door is Aghios Gorgios beach, which is ideal for families.
THE DEAL: Seven nights self-catering in June at Spiros Studios, about half-way between Hora and Aghios Gorgios costs pounds 299pp including flights.
Gorgios Continental Wholesale, food and wine importers and distributors, has acquired a 2.4-acre site for just under pounds 200,000, on which it is to build a new 34,000 sq ft distribution warehouse and head office.