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Ethnology and Groups
General Topics
Roma Groups
Index of Roma Groups
Names of Roma
Rom / Ḍom
Gadžo / Das / Gor
Jati (Caste)
Romanipe
Nomadic and sedentary
Stereotypes and Folklorism
Family & Social Structure
Traditional Social Structure
Amare Roma
Cudza Roma
Kris
Famel’ija (Family)
Fajta
Rom / Romni
Daj / Dad (Mother / Father)
Bringing up the children
Family Hierarchy
Widowhood / Orphanhood
Bari Phen (oldest sister)
Baro Phral (oldest brother)
Phral (Brother)
Amare/ Phure
Bori (Daughter in law)
Denašel**
Pristašis**
Kirvo (Godfather)*
"Carav (chav) tro jilo"
Work and Professions
Buti (Work)
Traditional Professions
Valki (Adobe bricks)*
Bov (Oven)
Economic Communities
Craft
Basket Weavers
Opalki
Kovačis (Blacksmiths)
Coppersmiths
Pišot (Bellow)
Bešindos
Trading
Foros (Market and Trading)*
Horse Trading
Pig Traders
Koškaris (Fellmonger)**
Zajda**
Entertainment
Historical development
Ceremonies
Boňa (Baptism)*
Mangavipen (Affiance)*
Bijav (Marriage)
Vartování (Death watch)*
Mourning rituals and funeral
Pomana (Death meal)
Celebrations
Djurdjevdan (Herdelezi)
Slava (Family Feast)
Vasilica (New Year)
Bachtalo Rom
Belief and Rituals
Devel (God)
Beng (Devil)
Mulo
Mahrime (ritually unclean)
Degeš**
Grastano Mas*
Žužo (ritually clean)
Arman (Curse)
Solax (Oath)
Taboo and shame (Ladž)
Dujeduchengero**
Bara*
Babica (Midwife)
Bosorka (Sorceress)**
Habitation
Gav / Vatra (Village)
Osada ("Gypsy settlement")
Maškaral o Gav**
Dili (Hall)**
Kher
Food and Cooking
Haluški**
Kirňavki**
Pišota**
Hrinos (Horseradish)**
Pašvare**
Roma in Austria
Burgenland-Roma
Gurbet
Arlije
Kalderaš
Sinti
Lovara
Roma in Czechia and Slovakia
Czech Roma
Ungrika Roma
Servika Roma
Vlach Roma
Sinti
History and Politics
From India to Europe
Origin of Roma
Persia
From Persia to Armenia
Byzantium
Arrival in Europe
Modern Times (to 1945)
16th Century - 18th Century
Maria Theresia and Joseph II
Effects of Assimilation Policy
Germany
Austria and Hungary
Other countries
Racism and Anti-Gypsyism
History of the Vlach Roma
Vojvodes
Holocaust
"Racial-biological evaluation"
Internment and Deportation
"The Final Solution"
1945 up to the Present
Emancipation: Beginnings
Emancipation: International
Standardisation of Romani
The Roma Parliament
Emancipation: New Challenges
Current Situation
1989-2000 (Czech Republic)
Racism and Human Rights
Language
General
Origin and Denomination
Classification and Varieties
Speakers and Numbers
Structure
Introduction
Lexicon
Phonology
Morphology – Noun
Morphology – Verb
Morphology – Particle
Sociolinguistics
Sociolinguistic situation
Codification and Expansion
Symbolism and Folklorisation
Literature
Vakeriben
Paramisi
Pro paramisa
Divano
Garude Lava
Music
General Topics
Ḍom – Mirasi
Primáš
Countries
Czech Republic
Hungary
Typical Instruments
Cimbalom (Dulcimer)
Davul / Zurna (Drum / Shawm)
Bumbázi (Oral bass)
Tárogató
Genres
Gypsy music – cigányzene
Flamenco
Csardas
Rompop
Music of the Vlach Roma
Hallgató
Khelimaski gjili (dance song)
Loki gjili (slow, lyric song)
Personalities
Bihari, Janoš
Bílá, Věra
Ceferino Jiménez Malla (El Pelé)
Cinková, Panna
Dankó, Pista
Fabiánová, Tera
Germano
Gheorghe, Nicolae
Horvath, Johann (Kalitsch)
Krasnići, Alija
Kubík, Jožka
Maximoff, Matéo
Nardai, Paula
Nikolić-Lakatos, Ruža
Péli, Tamás
Reinhardt, Django
The Stojkas
Taikon, Rosa
Wajs, Bronislawa (Papusza)