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Cant and Slang are universal and world-wide. By their means is often said in a sentence what would otherwise take an hour to express. Nearly every nation on the face of the globe, polite and barbarous, has its divisions and subdivisions of various ranks of society.
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Bosh, stupidity, foolishness. Mammy, or Mamma, a mother, formerly sometimes used for grandmother.
Tschib, or Jibb, the tongue. This is the sort of proverb, we should imagine, that would hardly commend itself to any one who had not an unnatural and ghoule-like tendency anxious for full development. Cur is stated to be a mere term of reproach, like Dog, which in all European languages has been applied in an abusive sense. Gad, or Aberdee, a wife.
Most nations, then, possess each aberdewn tongue, or series of tongues maybe, each based on the national language, by which not only thieves, beggars, and other outcasts communicate, but which is used more or less by all classes. Sleek rascals, without much inclination towards honesty, fatten, or rather fasten, like the insects in the famous epigram, upon other rascals, who would be equally sleek and fat but for their vagabond dependents.
Romany, the Gipsy language. Parney, rain. All these statements are equally incorrect, for the first attempt was made more than a century before the latter work was issued.
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The word, used as a verb, is an instance of modern slang grown out of the ancient. The word jockey, as applied to a dealer or rider of horses, came from the Gipsy, and means in that language a whip.
It is, chag we have seen, from the Gipsy; and here we must state that it was Boucher who first drew attention  to the fact, although in his remarks on the dusky tongue he has made an evident mistake by concluding it to be identical with its offspring, Cant. Cant and Slang are universal and world-wide. Cogalniceano, in his Essai sur les Cigains de la Moldo-Valachie, estimates them atMull, to spoil, or bungle.
Such was the origin of Cant; and in illustration of its blending with the Gipsy or Cingari tongue, we are enabled to  give the accompanying list of Gipsy, and often Hindoo, words, with, in many instances, their English representatives:— Gipsy. Cur, a mean or dishonest man. Indeed, as Moore somewhere remarks, the present Greeks of St.
Gad, a female scold; a woman who tramps over the country with a beggar or hawker. Maund, to beg. Lowe, or Lowr, money. This superstition must have been very firmly imbedded, for it is still current. Not a few of our ancient and modern Cant and Slang terms are Wallachian and Greek words, picked up by these wanderers from the East, and added to their common stock.
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They also learned the value and application of a secret tongue; indeed, with the Gipsies came in all the accompaniments of maunding and imposture, except thieving and begging,  which were well known in this country, and perhaps in every other, long before visitors had an opportunity of teaching them. Spanish Gipsy.
Bamboozle, to delude, cheat, or make a fool of any one. Cheat nowadays means to cozen or defraud, and lexicographers  have tortured etymology for an original—but without success.
Another word, bamboozle, has been a sore difficulty with lexicographers. The Gipsies naturally found a similar difficulty with the English language. There is hardly any community in this country, hardly any profession, but has its slang,  and proficiency in this is the aberdeem desideratum of an aspirant to the pleasures of Society, or the honours of literature and art.
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Only a few are now Abredeen, and some are household words. Daddy, nursery term for father. The common people, too, soon began to consider them as of one family,—all rogues, and from Egypt.
Gipsy and Coptic. Their language was taken down in writing and examined, their history was traced, and their extraordinary customs and practice of living in the open air, and eating raw, and often putrid meat, were explained. Objections may also be raised against Gad, Maund, and many other of these parallels.
The secret language spoken by the Gipsies, principally Hindoo, and extremely barbarous to English ears, was found incomprehensible and very difficult to learn. One day he was physically unable to breathe and had noticf be rushed to hospital. Slang, low, vulgar, unauthorized language. Other instances could be pointed out, but they will be observed in the Dictionary. Nearly every nation on the face of the globe, polite and barbarous, has its divisions chatt subdivisions of various ranks of society.
There is little doubt, though, that the pronunciations were always as aberdfen are now, so far at least as these two instances are concerned. Grellman, a learned German, was their principal historian, and to him, and those who have followed him, we are almost entirely indebted for the little we know of their language.
Lowre, money. However, he insisted that he would rather play the Scarecrow--his childhood idol Fred Stone had originated that role on stage in Cant, apart from religious hypocrisy, refers to the old secret language of Gipsies, thieves, tramps, and beggars. On the Continent they received better attention at the hands of learned men.
Other parallel instances, with but slight variations from the old Gipsy meanings, might be mentioned; but sufficient examples have been adduced to show that Marsden, a great Oriental scholar ntoice the last century, when he declared before the Society of Antiquaries that the Cant of English thieves and beggars had nothing to do with the language spoken by the despised Gipsies, was in error.
In South Africa, the naked and miserable Hottentots are pestered by the still more abject Sonquas; and it may be some satisfaction for us to know that notixe old enemies at the Cape, the Kaffirs, are troubled with a tribe of rascals called Fingoes,—the former term, we are informed by travellers, ifying beggars, and the latter wanderers and outcasts.
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