Varhely is conspicuous for its dirt even among wallachian villages, yet once it was a royal town.
The remainder of the box was occupied by wallachian ladies and grandees.
That is why the wallachian calls it the Devil's garden, and is afraid to go near it.
His face had nothing of the wallachian peasant in its features or expression.
A young wallachian student named Yanko Racowitza crossed her path.
"That is over," said the wallachian girl, calmly, and she led Manasseh into the empty house.
Scarcely six hundred feet from him stood a wallachian sentry, watching his movements in lazy, indifferent fashion.
The native name of these people is Vlach, Wallach, or wallachian.
There was no escape from the wild assaults of the Zaporogians, unless they could reach the wallachian borders.
There is a wallachian legend which, like most of the figments of popular fancy, has a moral in it.