"My mom would 'draw' circles on my palm. She ended up going up my arm until she tickled my neck. The first words I think were nonsensical." -Christine
Megették a kiscicák.
What did you cook?
Where did you put it?
Under the seat.
The kittens ate it.
*This line can be found as "A fazékba" (In the pot).
About the Meaning of "Ciróka, maróka"
"These [1st 2 words] are kind of hard to translate, since they sometimes contain made up words (like maróka here)... It's kind of nonsensical in Hungarian too as these nursery rhymes are wont to be :).
Also, ciróka can be a reference to sorghum (cirók in Hungarian), or caressing (cirógat=he/she caresses) which I think is kind of intended as a double meaning here…" -"Polymute" on Reddit
Thanks and Acknowledgements
Translated by Lisa.