Fanatics, like those Cingalese, cleave to an idea to the end, Mr. Narkom; they don't cast it aside and go off at another tangent.
Besides this, agriculture is, in the opinion of a Cingalese, the most honourable of callings.'
The Kandyans are brave and fearless in appearance; they never wear the Cingalese comb, as this is a badge of the low country.
The Cingalese relate nearly the same things of their "Budha."
Speaking a language of their own, with habits akin to those of wild animals, they keep entirely apart from the Cingalese.
They are a fine race of people, far superior to the Cingalese.
The dress of the Cingalese usually consists of a cloth wound turban-fashion round their head, and long white drapery.
Later I went into the model kitchen where tea was served by the Cingalese.
A similar resemblance of name occurs in the Hebrew and Cingalese terms for ape and elephant.
"I'm the Cingalese snake-charmer," explained Professor Rigoletto.