Escunye-mengro, s. A maker of skewers.
Eskoe, fem. Eskie. A particle which affixed to a noun turns it into an adjective: e.g. Duvel, God; duveleskoe, divine. It seems to be derived from the Wal. Esk, Easkie.
Eskey. An affix or postposition, signifying, for the sake of: e.g. Mi-dubble-eskey, for God's sake.
FAKE, v. a. To work, in a dishonest sense; to steal, pick pockets.
Fakement, s. A robbery, any kind of work: a pretty fakement that, a pretty piece of work. A scoundrel--you ratfelo fakement, you precious scoundrel; a man of any kind--he's no bad fakement after all; a girl, St. Paul's Cathedral--what a rinkeny fakement, what a pretty girl, what a noble church.
Fashono, a. False, fashioned, made up. Wal. Fatche (to make); fatze (face, surface).
Fashono wangustis. Pretended gold rings, made in reality of brass or copper.
Fashono wangust engre. Makers of false rings.