Gypsy name meaning

✍  Updated on: March 20th, 2023
Gender: Girl
Origin: English
Usage: English
Pronunciation: pronunciation of Gypsy gy(p)-sy
Meaning: Wanderer, A Bohemian Traveler, Fortune Telling and Nomadic
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What does Gypsy mean?

Durable and Unheard-of Gypsy chiefly is used in English aimed at both sexes, meaning of Gypsy is "Wanderer, A Bohemian Traveler, Fortune Telling or Nomadic" is originated from English. Gypsy is version of Gipsy.

Gipsy's meaning is Wanderer and Egyptian is used in English came from English.

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How do I pronounce Gypsy?

The most common way to pronounce two syllabled Gypsy is gy(p)-sy.

Variants of Gypsy

Gipsea, Gipsy, Gipson

Names that rhyme with Gypsy

How popular is the name Gypsy?

Gypsy is a unique baby name in United States, it has been in use since 1891 and was able to reach the top 2000 names. In 1891, it ranked 1213rd when 30 girls were named Gypsy.

Over 1334 babies in United States have been named Gypsy. The name is an uncommon baby name in England and Wales where it has been in use since 1998 and achieved its top ranking of 1072 in 2004.

Over 182 people have been named Gypsy in England and Wales.

Gypsy is a rare baby name in France there is very thin chances of it still being given since it isn't seen since 1974.

Also, Gypsy is a familiar name in Philippines and Australia. At least, 2000 people globally have been given the name as per our estimate.

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2018452730
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2016594821
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What numbers say about Gypsy?

You would always choose to work late instead of partying late and waste your time for nothing. You don't regret things that once made you smile. You are the most sensitive person is what number 11 reveals about your personality. Let go of your past before it ruins your future because your future is bright. You have a great sense of humor and it's probably not the first time you hear it. You do the things other people are scared of. Some admire you for it.

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Sibling Names for Gypsy

If you're looking for sibling names to pair with the unique and free-spirited name "Gypsy," look no further. We've compiled a list of names that complement the whimsical and adventurous vibe of "Gypsy." From nature-inspired monikers to names with a bohemian flair, these sibling names are sure to capture your heart.

Sister to Gypsy

Names for Gypsy's brother

Famous people named Gypsy

  • Gypsy Rose Lee, American burlesque entertainer and vedette famous for her striptease act
  • Gypsy Boots, American fitness pioneer, actor and writer
  • Gypsy Joe, professional wrestler
  • Gypsy Abbott, American silent film actress
  • Gypsy, American progressive rock band from Minnesota
  • Gypsy Dave Cooper in An American Werewolf in London as Actor
  • Gypsy Lee Pistolero in Spidarlings as Actor
  • In 1917 drama film, The Pulse of Life, Gypsy Hart characterized Lisetta Maseto.

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