Origin of Tzigane
Examples from the Web for tzigane
And while he read, there came from the salon the notes of a Tzigane waltz played on the piano.Csar or Nothing|Po Baroja Baroja
He now spoke in English, but later he relapsed into the Tzigane tongue.
It is the Tzigane, Fifi, who permits herself the honour of addressing you.The Dark Star|Robert W. Chambers
Through the illuminated windows the tzigane music poured forth its waves of sensuous melodyand alas!Marie Tarnowska|Annie Vivanti
Her eyes sparkled and she talked with him for some time in the Tzigane tongue.
British Dictionary definitions for tzigane
- a Gypsy, esp a Hungarian one
- (as modifier)Tzigane music