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The total number of Romani people is at least twice as high (several times as high according to high estimates).

Tsinganoi, Zigar, Zigeuner), which likely derives from Athinganoi, the name of a Christian sect with whom the Romani (or some related group) became associated in the Middle Ages.They settled in present-day Turkey, Greece, Serbia, Romania, Moldova, Bulgaria, North Macedonia, Hungary and Slovakia, by order of volume, and Spain.From the Balkans, they migrated throughout Europe and, in the nineteenth and later centuries, to the Americas.This exonym is sometimes written with capital letter, to show that it designates an ethnic group.The Council of Europe consider that 'Gypsy' or equivalent terms, as well as administrative terms such as 'Gens du Voyage' (referring in fact to an ethnic group but not acknowledging ethnic identification) are not in line with European recommendations.

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