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Meaning of GYPO

What Does GYPO Mean?

GYPO means "Gypsy".

GYPO is an abbreviation of the word "Gypsy". It was originally used as a derogatory term to refer to someone from the travelling community (e.g., Romani travellers, Irish travellers, gypsies), but is now more widely used as an insult throughout the English-speaking world, but particularly in the UK.

GYPO is similar to PIKEY, which originally referred to Irish gypsies, but is now widely used as an insult.
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Definition for GYPO

GYPO means "Gypsy". This is the most common definition for GYPO on Snapchat, WhatsApp, Facebook, and Twitter. Here is some more information about GYPO:

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When I write GYPO, I mean this:

meaning of GYPO
"GYPO" is commonly used as a derogatory term.

Examples of GYPO in Sentences

Here are examples of GYPO being used in conversations:
  • Letitia: Have you seen who Caroline's going out with?
  • Natalie: Yeah. He looks a right GYPO.
  • Anita: Do you live in a trailer?
  • Marilyn: Yes, but I'm no GYPO. Douchebag!

An Academic Look at GYPO

GYPO is typically used as a noun (i.e., a naming word). For example:
  • There is a GYPO camping on the village green.
  • You are a robbing GYPO.

What Did We Used To Say?

Before the digital era, we might have just said "Gypsy" or something like "Traveller" instead of using GYPO.

A Text with GYPO

Using GYPO on a Cell Phone (SMS Texts, Whatsapp, and Yubl)


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