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delate (di-LAYT) verb tr.

To report (an offense), denounce, or accuse.

[From Latin delatus, past participle of deferre (to bring down, accuse,
or report), from de- + ferre (to bear). Ultimately from the Indo-European
root bher- (to carry, to bear children) that gave birth to words such as
basket, suffer, fertile, burden, bring, bear, offer, prefer, and birth.]

-Anu Garg (garg wordsmith.org)

"But how would the papal spies, who were present in every audience,
delate him [Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli]?"
Thomas Cahill; Pope John XXIII (biography); Viking; 2002.



don't fear death
melissa muses (or maia, you choose)


wandering does not make you a "gypsy."
why would you call yourself
after those who have no home?
long skirts and hoop earrings
do not make you a "gypsy."
why do you call yourself after
those who have no clothes?

"gypsy" is pejorative. please don't perpetuate the stereotype. educate yourself on what it really means to be a "gypsy" in this world.

Who are the Roma?

Decade of Roma Inclusion

Dženo Association

European Roma Rights Centre

Roma Balkans

Roma National Congress

Romani World



Rroma Media Network

Soros Roma Initiatives

Studii Romani

The European Union and Roma

The Patrin Webjournal: Romani Culture and History

Voice of Roma
World Bank Roma Initiatives

Have a Happy Day! :)

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