|up to 400,000 in Brazil (2014)|
40,000 in Spain (1980)
Spanish caló, or Spanish Romani, was originally known as zincaló. Portuguese caló, or Portuguese Romani, also goes by the term lusitano-romani; it used to be referred to as calão, but this word acquired the general sense of jargon or slang, often with a negative conotation (cf. baixo calão, 'obscene language', lit. low-level calão).
Calé is the
In caló and other varieties of