Bayash
(Beyash; Boyash)
   Gypsy clan living in eastern Hungary and Transylvania. They do not speak Romani but an archaic form of Romanian. A start has been made on developing a written language.

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  • Bogdan, Janos — (1963 1998)    Hungary. Teacher. A Bayash Romani, he studied at the universities of Szeged and Budapest before starting a teaching career. He helped to set up and became the first headmaster in 1994 of the Gandhi School in Pecs. He was killed in… …   Historical dictionary of the Gypsies

  • Gandhi School —    Pecs, Hungary. Est. 1994. The school was set up to teach mainly children of the Bayash clan. There is a strong Romany cultural element in the curriculum. Its first graduating class had 18 pupils, 16 of them seeking higher education. Classes in …   Historical dictionary of the Gypsies

  • Hungary —    Estimated Gypsy population: 750,000. Gypsies may have reached Hungary by 1316, but the first certain reference to Gypsies refers to musicians who played on the island of Czepel for Queen Beatrice in 1489. However, others certainly passed… …   Historical dictionary of the Gypsies

  • South and Central America —    There could be more than a million Romanies in Latin America, the majority being descendants of Kalderash and other Vlah immigrants. Some writers give a figure as high as four million, with one million in Brazil alone. There are also… …   Historical dictionary of the Gypsies

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