Ciprianu is a Wallach, but a nobleman of Hungary for all that, and his poultry unique of its sort.
The native name of these people is Vlach, Wallach, or Wallachian.
It was not a "Sinni" and not a "Wallach" tune, but it was a gruesome tune that went to one's heart.
They claimed to be called by the name of Roumanian, instead of the less dignified epithet of Wallach.
"Far, far away," whispered the Wallach; then he became dumb once more and buried his forehead in his hands.
The Wallach did not appear to hear the question; he remained in just the same position, blankly staring and immovable.
Therefore the Wallach calls it "the Devil's Garden," and fears to approach it.
The Wallach pointed to the signal-fires on the mountains, and his face assumed an expression of alarm.