Gypsy

Gender: Neutral
Origin: English
Meaning: (Mistakenly) From Egypt

The name Gypsy means (Mistakenly) From Egypt and is of English origin. Gypsy is name that's been used by parents who are considering unisex or non-gendered baby names--baby names that can be used for any gender.

PLEASE NOTE: “Gypsy” is a derogatory, racist term for the Roma or Romani people - people with Romanian origins and originally of Indian decent. When the Roma people left India in the 11th century, the Europeans mistook them as Egyptian, which was the basis for the term “gypsy.” Although it has been used as a given name in the past, it's recommended that parents do not use this term as a given or nickname.

Gypsy Rose Lee, entertainer, subject of the film "Gypsy." Gypsy Rose Blanchard, infamous murderer.

People who like the name Gypsy also like the names: Felix, Dante, Wyatt, Declan, August, Milo, Ambrose, Violet, Freya, Aurora, Esmerelda, Gretchen, Evangeline, Jane
Similar Sounding Names: Gibbs, Gabija

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Gypsy - Fleetwood Mac
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Gypsy Eyes - Jimi Hendrix
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Gypsy Woman - Crystal Waters