So she del it a lester, an' he jalled avree for trin cooricus, an' he keravit apre, an' kaired it pauno sar rupp. Adovo he welled akovo drum pauli, an' jessed to the same ker, an' penned, "Dick acai at covi kushti kekavi! I del shove trin mushis for it, an' tu shall lel it for the same wongur, 'cause you've been so kushto a mandy."
Suddenly I suppose because a doubt of my perfect Freemasonry had been aroused by my absurd question he said, holding up a kettle "What do you call this here in Rommanis?" "I call it a kekavi or a kavi," I said. "But it isn't right Rommany. It's Greek, which the Rommanichals picked up on their way here."
A petulamengro hatched yeck divvus at a givescro ker, where the rani del him mass an' tood. While he was hawin' he dicked a kekavi sar chicklo an' bongo, pashall a boro hev adree, an' he putchered, "Del it a mandy an' I'll lel it avree for chichi, 'cause you've been so kushto an' kammoben to mandy."