The girl wants to get a kettle from him, and patters Rommany, which choice dialect Mr Borrow pretends not to understand.
I say, brother, tell me one thing, and look me in the face—there—do you speak Rommany?
Many of the Rommany words appear to be of Sanscrit derivation.
At any rate, your knowledge of Rommany is a most alarming coin of vantage.
That there are Roms in the land of Mizr his eyes have shown, but whether any of them can talk Rommany is to him as yet unknown.
And just as he found it, some Gipsies came by and saw this Rommany.
And I again beg the reader to remember, that every Rommany phrase is followed by a translation into English.
Some of the Rommany gipsies, from Grenada, had camped on the ground, and Lucy was dying to have her fortune told.
A few words from Javis, in the Rommany language, brought the poor being directly to their side.
Thus the errate—the "black blood" of the Rommany, on which above all they prided themselves, was preserved uncontaminated.