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In Spanish Germania or cant, two ochavos, or farthings, are called: dui cales.
Shillings: dui collor a crookos, two shillings a week.
Fellow, comrade: probably the same as the English country-word baw, bor.
Perhaps derived from the Russian Tchernoe (black, dirty, wretched); or from the Hungarian Csunya (hateful, frightful); whence the Chungalo of the Hungarian, and also of the Spanish Gypsies. Possible, it is possible: astis mangue, I can; astis lengue, they can. An affix by which the future tense of a verb is formed, e.g. Bloen / Blowing, A cant word, but of Gypsy origin, signifying a sister in debauchery, as Pal denotes a brother in villainy. A shepherd: bokkar-engro drey, the dude, man in the moon.