1 (a) [0:00] Well, the wedding, as I was telling you, [it starts] on Friday,
|and||wedding sg f def||interr||dat 2sg clt||say 1sg pres I||from||Friday sg m|
2 (a) [0:02] when you begin this sort [of ritual] called “zasefki” (formal betrothal) –
|when conj||begin 2sg pres P||betrothal pl.t||acc refl clt||say 3sg pres I||do.thus 2sg pres I|
3 (GK) Tell me how they dress the bride.
|bride sg f def||say sg imv P||how interr||dress 3pl pres I|
4 (a) [0:07] Well, like I said, [in] a [ceremonial] apron and a dress.
|nom 1sg||interr||dat 2sg clt||say 1sg pres I||apron sg f||and||dress sg f|
5 (a) [0:10] They give her these things, [it’s] from her [future] husband
|nom 3pl||from||there adv||acc 3pl clt||give 3pl pres I||from||hes||husband sg m def|
6 (a) [ 0:13] the one that’s her fiancé, so to speak.
|from||rel||3sg pres cop clt||fiancé sg m def||rel||acc refl clt||say 3sg pres I|
7 (a) [0:17] [So], the apron, the dress of velvet, and the “kozhufche” (fur vest), is on top
|and||apron sg f||and||dress sg f||hes||velvet sg n||and||small.fur.vest sg n||3sg pres cop clt||from.above adv|
8 (a) [0:21] like – like a coat, like a coat.
|as||like||coat sg n||coat sg n|
9 (GK) The dress is like a coat?
|dress sg f def||like||coat sg n||interr clt|
10 (a) [0:24] It’s not the dress [that’s like a coat], but rather …
|neg||3sg pres cop clt||dress sg f def||but|
11 (GK) The “kozhuh”.
12 (a) [0:26] it’s the “kozhufche” itself.
|[ … ]||small.fur.vest sg n def||the.very sg n def adj||thus sg n adj|
13 (GK) And the dress?
|and||dress sg f def|
14 (a) [ 0:28] The dress is there. It’s – it’s called a dress.
|dress sg f def||disc||this sg n adj||disc||this sg n adj||dress sg f||acc refl clt||say 3sg pres I||hes|
15 (GK) Uh huh.
16 (a) [0:30] It’s a dress. But the other [thing], the “kozhufche”,
|this sg n adj||dress sg f||and||that sg n adj||and||3sg pres cop clt||this sg n adj||3sg pres cop clt||small.fur.vest sg n def|
17 (GK) [cough]
18 (a) [0:34] is [made] from leather, [with] velvet on top – brown velvet
|with||leather pl f||velvet sg n||from.above adv||and||brown sg n adj||velvet sg n|
19 (a) [0:38] there was on it, and a lining here underneath.
|thus adv||3sg impf cop||clothe sg n P.part P||and||here adv||from.below adv||line sg n P.part P|
20 (a) [0:41] You give it to a master craftsman, to these tailors [to make it up].
|nom sg n||acc n 3sg clt||give 2sg pres I||to||expert sg m||to||such pl adj||tailor pl m|
21 (a) [0:45] There’s leather here underneath so as to keep you warm in the winter
|here adv||from.below adv||pres exist||leather sg f||because conj||winter sg n adj||weather sg n adj||comp||dat 2sg clt||warm 3sg pres I|
22 (a) [0:48] And here, all around [it] there are the “blani”,
|and||here adv||all.around adv||pres exist||and||tassel pl f def|
23 (a) [0:51] these nice little pieces of leather all around [it all].
|ost||thus adv||one pl f adj||leather.piece pl f||nice pl adj||here adv||all.around adv|
24 (GK) “Blani” – ?
|tassel pl f|
25 (a) [0:58] It’s called “blana”. It’s leather too, but
|tassel sg f||acc refl clt||say 3sg pres I||thus adv||disc||disc||thus adv||leather sg f||rather||but|
26 (a) [1:00] it hangs down [like] separate strands of long hair, but of leather.
|thus adv||long adv||sit 3sg pres I||the.very pl def adj||lock.of.hair pl m||the.very sg f def adj||leather sg f|
27 (a) [1:03] Long and white, with black on the ends.
|thus adv||long sg f adj||white sg f adj||with||at.end adv||with||black sg n adj||and||thus adv|
28 (a) [1:07] [Can] you know how beautiful [it was], all around.
|know 2sg pres I||how.much adv||nice sg adj||thus adv||all.around adv|
29 (a) [1:09] It was very beautiful. Not like [what they wear] now.
|nom sg n||3sg impf cop||very adv||very adv||neg||3sg pres cop clt||like||now adv|
30 (GK) And did they put something on her head?
|and||on||head sg f def||put 3pl impf I||interr clt||dat f 3sg clt||something sg n|
31 (a) [1:13] [On ] her head there’s a headdress. [Yes,] she does that.
|head sg f def||rather||ost||thus adv||pres exist||headdress sg m||acc refl clt||do.thus 3sg pres I|
32 (a) [1:18] And then, um, when you go off to the church,
|and||hes||and||later adv||when conj||go 2sg pres I||here adv||to||church sg f def|
33 (a) [1:22] you don’t have anything from your [family home]. You only have flowers.
|nom 2sg||not.have 2sg pres I||nothing sg n||from||acc 2pl||not.have 2sg pres I||flower sg n||only adv||have 2sg pres I||here adv|
34 (GK) And [you go] without a headdress?
|but||without||headdress sg m def|
35 (a) [1:27] Uh –
36 (GK) Or [are you] with a headdress?
|or||with||headdress sg m def|
37 (a) [1:28] With a head covering, [yes]. With a head covering.
|with||head.cover sg f def||thus adv||and||with||[ … ]||with||head.cover sg f|
38 (a) [1:31] And later when you come – you go to the church.
|and||later adv||here adv||when conj||come 2sg pres P||go 2sg pres I||to||church sg f|
39 (a) [1:33] [If] someone’s from the [same] village [they go to the church] of the village.
|disc||who sg m rel||3sg pres cop clt||from||village sg n||from||village sg n|
40 (a) [1:34] But I was from another village, they brought me here with 10-15 carriages.
|but||nom 1sg||from||other sg n adj||village sg n||acc 1sg clt||bring 3pl aor P||here adv||with||ten||fifteen||carriage pl f|
41 (a) [1:39] And we went to the church. The priest is there, he puts these wreaths on you –
|and||go 1pl aor P||to||church sg f def||priest sg m def||there adv||dat 2sg clt||put 3sg pres I||hes||hes||one pl adj||wreath pl n|
42 (GK) Uh huh.
43 (a) [1:48] Some things they make – how can I tell you?
|one pl adj||thing pl f||straight adv||how interr||comp||dat 2sg clt||say 1sg pres P||disc|
44 (GK) How? I don’t know [about] them.
|how interr||neg||acc 3pl clt||know 1sg pres I|
45 (a) [1:50] Well, it’s made of tin.
|nom sg n||thus adv||3sg pres cop clt||from||hes||[ … ]|
46 (GK) Ah, yes.
47 (a) [1:52] Tin – but pure tin, it’s supposed to be [like] silver,
|disc||tin sg f||but||nom f 3sg||3sg pres cop clt||tin sg f||pure f adj||silver sg n||must imprs||comp||3sg pres cop clt|
48 (a) [1:56] [all] white. They make it all decorated like in a church, all around,
|white pl adj||straight adv||thus adv||the.very sg n def adj||decorated sg n adj||church.like sg n adj||such sg n adj||here adv||all.around adv|
49 (a) [2:00] and here there’s this, and here on top there’s a cross.
|and||here adv||pres exist||ost||pres exist||ost||above adv||pres exist||here adv||cross sg m|
50 (a) [2:05] It’s made up really nicely. See, one [piece goes] this way,
|nom sg n||make sg n P.part P||very adv||nice sg n adj||disc||ost||one sg m adj||time m||to||thus adv|
51 (a) [2:08] and there’s one that goes that way …
|pres exist||one sg m adj||way sg m||to||thus adv|
52 (GK) Right –
53 (a) [2:10] … and all around here so that it fits on your head.
|and||here adv||all.around adv||comp||sit 3sg pres I||to||head sg f def|
54 (GK) Aha.
55 (a) [2:12] And here are these little crosses.
|and||here adv||pres exist||small.cross sg n||thus adv|
56 (GK) Aha.
57 (a) [2:14] [It’s] made out of silver – very pretty.
|from||silver sg n||very adv||nice sg n adj|
58 (GK) And after that he switches them around.
|and||after||this sg n med adj||acc 3pl clt||change 3sg pres I|
59 (a) [2:17] And then the priest says to you [the words] to marry you,
|and||later adv||there adv||priest sg m def||dat 2sg clt||read 3sg pres I||acc 2sg clt||marry 3sg pres I|
60 (a) [2:19] and you have a rings, he switches yours with mine, you do all that.
|and||ring pl m||have 2sg pres I||acc refl clt||exchange 3sg pres P||with||your sg m def adj||with||my sg m def adj||thus adv||do.thus 2sg pres I|
61 (a) [2:26] And the godfather moves around – you’ve got a godfather and a godmother –
|and||hes||godfather sg m||from.here adv||from.there adv||have 2sg pres I||godfather sg m||and||godmother sg f|
62 (GK) Aha.
63 (a) [2:30] and then you walk in a circle. After they marry you, you circle around
|and||later adv||circle 2sg pres I||hes||when conj||acc 2sg clt||marry 3pl pres P||already adv||fut||circle 2sg pres I|
64 (a) [2:34] the table there with the Bible. The priest [goes] in front, he recites,
|table sg f def||there adv||with||bible sg f def||with||priest sg m def||in.front adv||read 3sg pres I|
65 (a) [2:38] you [go] after him, and then the godfather and godmother, and us two,
|and||nom 2sg||after||and||thus adv||godfather sg m def||and||godmother sg f def||and||and||nom 1pl||two an.num|
66 (a) [2:41] the four go around the table – it’s like a table. There’s the Bible there
|four an.num||circle 2sg pres I||table sg f def||thus adv||as||3sg pres cop clt||table sg f def||here adv||pres exist||bible sg f||there adv|
67 (a) [2:46] and his books that the priest reads from. You go around three times
|his pl def adj||rel||read 3sg pres I||book pl f||priest sg m def||and||circle 2sg pres I||from||three||time ct m||thus adv|
68 (a) [2:51] and then they take them off [your head] and [the priest] says
|later adv||already adv||dat 2sg clt||acc 3pl clt||remove 3sg pres I||and||say 3sg pres I||already adv|
69 (a) [2:55] he’ll take the rings and switch them – mine, yours – and we kiss the hands
|take 3sg pres P||ring pl m def||acc 3pl clt||exchange 3sg pres P||my sg m def||your sg m def adj||and||kiss 1pl pres I||hand sg f|
70 (a) [2:59] of the godfather, godmother, the priest – and we’re married.
|of||godfather sg m def||of||godmother sg f def||of||priest sg m def||and||already adv||1pl pres cop clt||marry pl P.part P|
71 (a) [3:02] It’s 60 years now that we’ve been married, that we’ve been living [together].
|disc||hes||become 3sg aor P||sixty||year pl f||that conj||1pl pres cop clt||marry pl P.part P||disc||since conj||live 1pl pres I||nom 1pl|
72 (a) [3:06] Now on the 27th it’ll be exactly sixty years that we’ve been a pair.
|now adv||to||twenty||seventh sg m adj||fut||make 1pl pres P||sixty||year pl f||since conj||1pl pres cop clt||two def an.num|
73 (GK) And the godfather?
|and||godfather sg m|
74 (a) [3:10] So then –
75 (GK) Yes, tell [me] –
|yes||say sg imv P|
76 (a) [3:12] Then he lets you go, you set off again, the godfather in front and you next –
|disc||disc||later adv||acc 2sg clt||release 3sg pres I||go 2sg pres I||again adv||godfather sg m def||ahead adv||and||nom 2sg||behind adv|
77 (a) [3:17] You’ve been to a church, haven’t you?
|disc||interr||go sg m L.part I||interr clt||2sg pres aux clt||in||church sg f||nom 2sg|
78 (a) [3:19] Have you [all] been? Do you know what a church is?
|go pl L.part I||interr clt||2pl pres aux clt||know 2pl pres I||interr clt||church sg f||what sg n interr||3sg pres cop clt|
79 (GK) [Yes, of course] I’ve been.
|disc||go sg m L.part I||1sg pres cop clt|
80 (a) [3:21] Ah. Starting with the altar where the priest comes out, that’s called the altar.
|disc||disc||thus adv||when conj||begin 2sg pres P||altar sg m def||rel||emerge 3sg pres I||priest sg m def||altar sg m||acc refl clt||say 3sg pres I|
81 (GK) Uh huh
82 (a) [3:26] You know what that is?
|know 2sg pres I||interr clt||what sg n interr||3sg pres cop clt|
83 (GK) Yes, I know.
|know 1sg pres I|
84 (a) [3:27] And then, you know, there are these women saints all around,
|and||later adv||disc||interr||pres exist||saint pl f||thus adv||all.around adv|
85 (GK) Uh.huh
86 (a) [3:30] these big women saints like this, and you kiss them all, all in order.
|saint pl f||such pl adj||ost||big pl adj||disc||and||kiss 2sg pres I||already adv||in.row adv||in.row adv||in.row adv||there adv|
87 (GK) Those are these pictures –
|this sg n med adj||3pl pres cop clt||this pl adj||picture pl f def|
88 (a) [3:36] Pictures, yes, pic-
|picture pl f||disc||[ … ]|
89 (GK) Icons.
|icon pl f def|
90 (a) [3:37] Icons, yes, those are icons.
|icon pl f def||disc||thus adv||icon pl f def|
91 (GK) Ah, those are the “female saints”.
|disc||this sg n med adj||3pl pres cop clt||saint pl f def|
92 (a) [3:38] Icons, that “woman saint” is an icon. Icons.
|icon pl f||disc||saint sg f||3sg pres cop clt||icon sg f||icon pl f|
93 (GK) Uh.huh
94 (a) [3:42] Icons. And then the altar, it is dressed nicely, with Jesus Christ on it,
|icon pl f||and||beyond adv||altar sg m def||nom m 3sg||clothe sg m P.part P||nicely adv||Jesus sg m||Christ sg m name||as||3sg pres cop clt|
95 (a) [3:46] there’s a lot [of nice things], if you– if you’ve gone to church [you know].
|disc||pres exist||many adv||when conj||2sg pres aux clt||if conj||2sg pres aux clt||go sg m L.part I||to||church sg f|
96 (a) [3:49] I go, and I know how it is, how there’s something inside
|nom 1sg||go 1sg impf I||and||know 1sg pres I||what sg n interr||3sg pres cop clt||nom sg n||what sg n interr||something sg n||pres exist||inside adv|
97 (a) [3:52] the altar, in fact it’s Jesus Christ crucified on –
|in||altar sg m def||straight adv||Jesus sg m||Christ sg m||as||3sg pres cop clt||stretch sg m P.part P||to|
98 (a) [3:55] on the cross, pictured there – it’s made out of wood.
|to||cross sg m def||there adv||depict sg n P.part I||from||wood sg n||make sg n P.part P|
99 (a) [3:58] it’s [from] wood – those are [really] big icons.
|nom sg n||wood sg n||ost||thus adv||ost||big pl adj||icon pl f||such pl adj|
100 (GK) Uh huh.
101 (a) [4:02] And so. And you do [all] this, and then you come back
|and||hes||and||later adv||do.thus 2sg pres I||hes||already adv||acc refl clt||return 2sg pres I|
102 (a) [4:08] to your [home], we come here –
|to||acc 2pl||and||go 1pl pres P||here adv|
103 (GK) To whom? To the [home of] the boy, or to –
|to||which sg m interr||to||young.man sg m def||interr clt||or||to|
104 (a) [4:11] The boy! [You live] already [now] at the boy’s. You go back to the boy’s.
|to||young.man sg m def||adrs||already adv||to||young.man sg m def||to||young.man sg m def||acc refl clt||return 2sg pres I|
105 (a) [4:14] In the old days – now there are tables for this –
|[..,]||one sg n adj||time sg n||disc||now adv||pres exist||table pl f||to||that sg n adj|
106 (a) [4:17] but in the old days [it was in] the ground-flour stable – the barn, we called it.
|but||one sg n adj||time sg n||large.stable sg n||barn sg m||acc m 3sg clt||say 1pl pres I||nom 1pl|
107 (a) [4:20] [We all gathered] in the stable there.
|from||large.stable sg n||there adv|
108 (GK) The barn.
|barn sg m|
109 (a) [4:21] The barn. In the barn, in the stable. There was a big stable there,
|barn sg m||in||barn sg m def||in||stable sg m def||there adv||one sg m adj||big sg m adj||stable sg m||impf exist|
110 (a) [4:25] We had a big house, so it (the stable area) was big too.
|nom 1pl||have 1pl impf I||big sg f adj||house sg f||where rel||3sg pres cop clt||nom f 3sg||3sg impf cop||big sg f adj|
111 (a) [4:28] This much space to gather [people]! And inside,
|and||stable sg m def||ost||here adv||pres exist||comp||gather 2sg pres I||and||inside adv|
112 (a) [4:31] tables all lined up [sitting] on the mangers.
|in||manger pl.t def||in.row adv||table pl f||table pl f|
113 (GK) In the mangers? You put tables [in the mangers]?
|in||manger pl.t def||interr clt||put 3pl pres I||table pl f def|
114 (a) [4:36] No, not [there]. The food was laid out there, whoever did [whatever].
|neg||3sg pres cop clt||food sg n def||there adv||arrange sg n P.part P||who sg m rel||and||do.thus 3sg pres I|
115 (GK) Uh huh.
116 (a) [4:39] And the tables. They were made up [as] tables, but
|disc||and||table pl f def||disc||make sg n P.part P||table pl f||but|
117 (a) [4:42] the kind of tables using sawhorses and, and these –
|what.kind pl adj||table pl f||with||sawhorse pl n||and||and||disc||hes|
118 (GK) Table tops.
|with||table.top pl f|
119 (a) [4:46] Table tops, yes! Table tops. You know what table tops are?
|table.top pl f||adrs||table.top pl f||interr||know 2sg pres I||what sg n interr||3sg pres cop clt||nom m 3sg||table.top pl f|
120 (a) [4:49] [Well] who could guess whether you’d know that.
|interr||neg||know 2sg pres I||which sg m interr||acc 2sg clt||know 3sg pres I|
121 (a) [ 4:50] So they’re made of wood, and of woven bark woven together [wattle-like].
|from||wood sg n||make sg n P.part P||and||from||hes||bark pl f||thus adv||interweave pl P.part P|
122 (GK) Uh huh.
123 (a) [4:54] woven. And boards in places if it’s not enough, if there’s a lot of people.
|interweave pl P.part P||and||board pl f||somewhere adv||where rel||neg||suffice 3sg pres I||disc||many adv||people sg m|
124 (a) [4:59] And then you sit down there and eat and such, till midnight
|and||there adv||already adv||sit 2sg pres I||and||eat 2sg pres I||and||other sg n adj||to||twelve|
125 (GK) That’s where they eat, right?
|there adv||eat 3pl pres I||thus adv||interr clt|
126 (a) [5:06] Yes. The wedding guests [are] there, many people. That’s where you eat,
|yes||wedding.guest pl m def||there adv||disc||people pl||many adv||there adv||acc refl clt||eat 3sg pres I|
127 (a) [5:10] hang out, drink – up to midnight. Then when it’s midnight,
|there adv||do.such 2sg pres I||drink 2sg pres I||to||twelve||hour ct m||later adv||twelve||hour ct m||already adv|
128 (a) [5:15] everyone leaves. They go away, they go to see the godfather off.
|already adv||acc refl clt||disperse 3pl pres I||go 3pl pres I||comp||take 3pl pres P||godfather sg m def|
129 (GK) Uh huh.
130 (a) [5:21] They accompany the godfather back home,
|godfather sg m def||acc refl clt||take 3sg pres I||in||acc 3pl|
131 (GK) Uh huh.
132 (a) [5:23] And the bride is left with that – you’ll [have to] excuse me but
|and||bride sg f def||remain 3sg pres I||with||hes||that sg m adj||fut||excuse 2pl pres I||but|
133 (GK) No, no, tell [us] about it. It’s interesting!
|no||no||narrate sg imv P||acc n 3sg clt||this sg n med adj||3sg pres cop clt||interesting sg n adj|
134 (a) [5:28] Well, this –
|disc||disc||this sg n adj|
135 (GK) They don’t know [about that].
|nom 3pl||neg||know 3pl pres I|
136 (a) [5:29] The bride stays here with her fiancé,
|bride sg f def||remain 3sg pres I||with||fiancé sg m def||already adv||here adv|
137 (a) [5:32] while the godfather and all the wedding guests go to see the godfather off.
|and||hes||godfather sg m def||with||wedding.guest pl m def||go 3pl pres I||comp||comp||take 3pl pres I||godfather sg m def||all pl def adj|
138 (GK) Ah, so it’s while they are seeing the godfather off that –
|excl||mean 3sg pres I||while||take 3pl pres I||godfather sg m def||then adv|
139 (a) [5:41] Yes, that.
140 (GK) The bride is –
|bride sg f def||3sg pres cop clt|
141 (a) [5:43] The bride and her fiancé are already [doing] their “job” there,
|bride sg f def||with||fiancé sg m def||already adv||their sg f def adj||work sg f||there adv|
142 (GK) Aha.
143 (a) [5:46] And the others come back after they see the godfather home,
|and||hes||that pl adj||when conj||take 3pl pres P||godfather sg m def||again adv||acc refl clt||return 3pl pres I|
144 (a) [5:49] and again dancing, again the drums beat, and oh! merriment until daybreak
|and||again adv||round.dance pl n||again adv||hes||pound 3pl pres I||drum pl m||excl||joyful adv||until||dawn pres imprs|
145 (a) [5:55] and even well into the day [depending on] how they feel.
|to||to||midday sg n||straight adv||what sg n rel||3sg pres cop clt||nom sg n|
146 (GK) And if somehow the “job” comes out badly?
|and||if conj||something sg n||work sg f def||emerge 3sg pres P||bad sg f adj|
147 (a) [5:59] If it turns out badly, they send the bride back to them ( = her parents).
|when conj||emerge 3sg pres P||bad sg f adj||hort||bride sg f def||acc f 3sg clt||expel 3pl pres I||to||in||acc 3pl|
148 (GK) You don’t say!
149 (a) [6:05] Well, in the old days there wasn’t any such thing. How could it –
|disc||disc||one sg n adj||time sg n||pres neg exist||such sg n adj||where interr||fut||3sg pres cop clt|
150 (GK) That didn’t [ever] happen.
|nom sg n||neg||acc refl clt||3sg pres cop clt||happen sg n L.part I|
151 (a) [6:08] It wasn’t like the present day, the way things are in the present day.
|nom sg n||comp||neg||3sg pres cop clt||like||present sg n def adj||time sg n||nom sg n||present sg n def adj||time sg n||what sg n rel||3sg pres cop clt|
152 (GK) Well, O.K. [But] if it did happen, what did they do with her?
|disc||fine adv||if conj||acc refl clt||3sg pres cop clt||happen sg n L.part I||what sg n interr||3pl pres aux clt||acc f 3sg clt||do pl L.part I||this pl adj|
153 (GK) If you’ve heard [of it, that is].
|if conj||2sg pres aux clt||hear sg f L.part I|
154 (a) [6:16] Ah, I’ve heard [of it].
|disc||and||1sg pres aux clt||hear sg f L.part I|
155 (GK) if you know.
|comp||know 2sg pres I|
156 (a) [6:17] After it’s done and they finish it off [in such a way].
|as||do.thus 3sg pres I||acc f 3sg clt||do.thus 3pl pres P|
157 (a) [6:19] they send the bride back to her father and mother.
|bride sg f def||acc f 3sg clt||return 3pl pres I||to||dad sg m def||and||to||mother sg f def|
158 (GK) Hm.
159 (a) [6:22] I’ve heard of that. I’ve never, you know, been around to see [it]
|1sg pres aux clt||hear sg f L.part I||this sg n adj||something sg n||adrs||neg||1sg pres aux clt||do.such sg f L.part I||comp||see 1sg pres P|
160 (a) [6:25] but I heard [about it]. I even remember once when I was little,
|but||1sg pres aux clt||hear sg f L.part P||even adv||nom 1sg||remember 1sg pres I||thus adv||1sg impf cop||more||little sg f adj||thus adv|
161 (a) [6:30] in our village [the mother-in-law] sent one back after the wedding,
|in||our sg n def adj||village sg n||one sg f adj||thus adv||acc f 3sg clt||return sg f L.part P||from||hes||from||wedding sg f def|
162 (a) [6:34] They sent her back to her father’s on the Monday on Sunday night in fact,
|still adv||there adv||acc f 3sg clt||Monday sg m def||opposite||Monday sg m def||and||acc f 3sg clt||return 3pl aor P||in||dad pl m adj||dat refl clt|
163 (GK) They thought that …
|think pl L.part I||3pl pres aux clt||that conj|
164 (a) [6:40] Well, exactly.
165 (GK) … she was a fool.
|3sg pres cop clt||fool sg m|
166 (a) [6:42] That she wasn’t honorable, as they say.
|neg||3sg pres cop clt||honorable sg f adj||say 3pl pres I|
167 (GK) Aha
168 (a) [6:44] Honor [is what] they were looking for.
|honor sg f||seek 3pl impf I|
169 (GK) Honor [is what] they were looking for.
|honor sg f||seek 3pl impf I|
170 (a) [6:45] In the old days, yes.
|one sg n adj||time sg n||yes|
171 (GK) And what – if, after the two have been together [and it's gone O.K.]
|and||what sg n interr||when conj||if conj||after||when conj||acc refl clt||gather 3pl pres P||two def|
172 (GK) do they display something afterwards? [Her] shift or something like that?
|after adv||show 3pl pres I||interr clt||there adv||shirt sg f||interr clt||what.kind sg n adj||interr clt|
173 (a) [6:54] Oh, they display [it]! In this – sieve. The shift is there in the sieve –
|excl||show 3pl pres I||in||one sg n adj||disc||sieve sg n||in||sieve sg n||shirt sg f def||there adv|
174 (a) [6:59] the [blood]stained shift [laughter] [is] there.
|stain sg f def P.part P||shirt sg f||there adv|
175 (GK) Ah
176 (a) [7:01] Like that. How can I tell you? It’s the actual truth, now for me anyway.
|disc||what sg n interr||comp||dat 2pl clt||tell 1sg pres I||straight adv||truth sg f||now adv||to||acc 1sg|
177 (GK) No, no, this – these are real, true things!
|disc||no||nom sg n||3pl pres cop clt||nom 3pl||3pl pres cop clt||truthful pl adj||thing pl f||this pl adj|
178 (a) [7:06] Indeed it’s true. It’s true. When they dance the [wedding] horo,
|disc||thus adv||disc||truthful pl adj||this sg n adj||truthful sg n adj||where interr||dance 3pl pres I||to||round.dance sg n||disc|
179 (a) [7:10] there’s the sieve in the center, in the middle of the dance – all “soiled”.
|sieve||there adv||in||middle sg f def||amidst||round.dance sg n def||dirtiness pl f|
180 (GK) Aha
181 (a) [7:14] So that’s that. After that, like I told you, they’ll
|and||thus adv||and||later adv||already adv||fut||3sg pres cop clt||interr||dat 2sg clt||say 1sg pres I|
182 (a) [7:17] be dancing and drinking and such until noon, and then they’ll disperse,
|to||noon sg m||already adv||dance 3pl pres I||drink 3pl pres I||do.such 3pl pres I||already adv||acc refl clt||disperse 3pl pres I|
183 (a) [7:20] and the bride will have been arranging her handiwork
|and||already adv||bride sg f def||already adv||fut||dat refl clt||arrange 3sg pres I||clothes pl f def||already adv|
184 (a) [7:23] somewhere for [people] to see.
|somewhere adv||and||comp||see 3sg pres P|
185 (GK) They bring out the dowry.
|dowry sg m def||acc m 3sg clt||carry 3pl pres I|
186 (a) [7:25] The dowry, of course!
|dowry sg m def||disc||how interr|
187 (GK) Her things.
|her pl def adj|
188 (a) [7:26] Her things. Oh what a dowry I brought with me! Oh, what a dowry,
|her pl def adj||disc||how interr||nom 1sg||disc||dowry sg m||1sg pres aux clt||bring sg f L.part P||excl||disc||dowry sg m|
189 (a) [7:30] what a thing! I had eight quilts, and pillows, and sheets –
|what sg n adj||something sg n||eight||quilt ct m||1sg pres aux clt||have sg f L.part I||and||pillow pl f||and||sheet pl m|
190 (a) [7:37] how many sheets I had! I even still have one –
|how.many interr||sheet pl m||have 1sg pres I||nom 1sg||even adv||have 1sg pres I||still adv||one sg m adj|
191 (a) [7:40] it’s of white wool, white [like] this one. And white cotton too, and such.
|white sg m adj||white sg m adj||ost||this sg m adj||white sg n adj||with||white sg m adj||cotton sg m||and||hes||disc|
192 (a) [7:44] And what will happen [to it all] I don’t know. Nobody wants them [any more].
|and||what sg n interr||fut||happen 3sg pres P||nom 1sg||neg||know 1sg pres I||nobody sg m||neg||acc 3pl clt||want 3sg pres I|
193 (GK) They’re [still] here?
|disc||sit 3pl pres I||interr clt|
194 (a) [7:48] Yes, still here. And [I have] a blue one, too, woven.
|sit 3sg pres I||sit 3sg pres I||blue sg m adj||blue sg m adj||such sg m adj||again adv||weave sg m P.part I|
195 (a) [7:52] [There’s] a lot – I have a lot of handwork. I had a lot,
|many adv||nom 1sg||have 1sg pres I||many adv||clothes pl f||1sg pres aux clt||have sg f L.part I||many adv|
196 (a) [7:55] I give things [now] to those – the ones that dance now,
|nom 1sg||give 1sg pres I||to||to||that sg n adj||hes||rel||rel||dance 3pl pres I||now adv|
197 (a) [ 7:59] these – the “brides” at the old-age home. The old-age home, you know?
|this pl adj||hes||bride pl f def||at||hes||old.age sg m def adj||home sg m||hes||old.age sg m def adj||home sg m||interr|
198 (RA) Uh huh, uh huh.
199 (a) [8:06] They do stuff at the café there. There’s a group of young girls [who]
|do.such 3pl pres I||at||café sg n def||there adv||pres exist||group sg f||young pl adj||disc||bride pl f|
200 (a) [8:10] dance there [and] I gave them – I had this apron,
|dance 3pl pres I||there adv||1sg pres aux clt||dat 3pl clt||give sg f L.part P||have 1sg impf I||ost||ost||apron sg f|
201 (a) [8:13] it’s called an apron, but all shiny, of white satin [Damascene], it’s called,
|thus adv||acc refl clt||say 3sg pres I||apron sg f||but||shiny sg n adj||white sg n adj||damascene.satin sg m||acc refl clt||say 3sg pres I|
202 (a) [8:17] just like silk – pink. And I gave them green velvet.
|silk sg f||straight adv||and||pink sg m adj||and||velvet sg n||green sg n adj||1sg pres aux clt||give sg f L.part P|
203 (a) [8:22] And head coverings – scarves of crepe and satin with lace around the edges:
|disc||head.cover pl f||head.cover pl f||crepe sg m||satin sg m||straight adv||with||lace pl f||all.around adv|
204 (a) [8:27] I gave four of these to those “brides” to do me honor.
|four||1sg pres aux clt||acc 3pl clt||give sg f L.part P||there adv||to||acc 3pl||bride pl f||comp||acc 1sg clt||do.such 3pl pres I|
205 (a) [8:30] And to the “bride” here, the one from our family –
|ost||to||this sg f adj||bride sg f||here adv||our sg n def adj|
206 (RA) Uh huh.
207 (a) [8:33] close [relatives] of my uncles –
|nom 1pl||1pl pres aux clt||here adv||uncle pl m||close pl adj|
208 (GK) Shiny, you say.
|shiny sg n adj||call 2sg pres I|
209 (a) [8:36] Yes, shiny. Yes, all shiny. Crepe, real satin. Really nice fabric.
|shiny sg n adj||disc||crepe sg m||like||satin sg m||disc||straight adv||very adv||nice sg m adj||fabric sg m|
210 (a) [8:41] But what can I do with them? These “brides” of ours don’t want [them].
|but||what sg n interr||comp||acc 3pl clt||do 1sg pres I||nom 3pl||bride pl f def||our pl def adj||neg||want 3pl pres|
211 (a) [8:43] They won’t cover their heads.
|fut neg||acc 3pl clt||cover.head 3pl pres P|
212 (RA) Hm.
213 (a) [8:45] So I gave them to [the girls] there that are dancing.
|and||dat 3pl clt||acc 3pl clt||give 1sg aor P||there adv||comp||dance 3pl pres I||disc||weave pl P.part I||apron pl f|
214 (a) [8:48] Woven aprons, woven properly in the old days. I had eight [such] aprons.
|one sg n adj||time sg n||weave sg n P.part I||straight adv||eight||apron pl f||1sg pres aux clt||have sg f L.part I||disc|
215 (a) [8:52] I gave those [girls] two, and I am still giving them away.
|to||this pl adj||give 1sg aor P||two f||and||give 1sg pres I||straight adv||disc||here adv||disc|