1 (c) [0:02] Well, there [was] this guy in the village – there’s four sons
|disc||[...]||one sg m adj||one sg m adj||in||village sg n||nom 3pl||3pl pres cop clt||four an.num||people pl||son pl m|
2 (c) [0:08] and when the youngest of them was born, and –
|and||this sg m adj||most||little sg m def||when conj||acc refl clt||bear sg m L.part P|
3 (b) [0:11] Let’s drink up our coffee and be off to – you know.
|hort||drink 1pl pres P||this sg n adj||coffee sg n||and||hort||go 1pl pres P||for||disc|
4 (c) [0:13] And some of the neighbors, the relatives there, supposedly said –
|and||one pl adj||from||people pl def||there adv||from||neighbor pl m def||from||relative pl m def||say pl L.part P|
5 (c) [0:16] – to the one that’s the middle son – he said, “Take
|ost||to||this sg m adj||
||middle sg m def adj||by||size sg f||say 3sg pres P||take sg imv P|
6 (c) [0:22] and throw this [child] into the creek.” And they live –
|and||acc m 3sg clt||throw sg imv P||this sg m adj||in||river sg f def||and||nom 3pl||live 3pl pres I||
7 (c) [0:26] their yard backs right up on the river, on this river
|yard sg m def||dat 3pl clt||touch 3sg pres I||in||river sg f def||in||this sg f adj||river sg f|
8 (EU) Uh huh
9 (c) [0:28] [the one] after this house here, after, uh –
|after||this sg f adj||house sg f||here adv||after||
10 (b) [0:30] The first one.
|first sg f def adj|
11 (c) [0:30] the first one, that’s right. – “And throw him [in] there,” he said,
|first sg f def adj||ost||thus adv||and||throw sg imv P||acc m 3sg clt||there adv||say 3sg pres P|
12 (c) [0:34] “because he’s going to take your house and inheritance”.
|because||nom m 3sg||fut||dat 2pl clt||take 3sg pres P||house f def||and||estate sg m def|
13 (c) [0:37] And that’s how it was. So he took this child.
|ost||this sg n adj||3sg pres aux clt||be sg n L.part||and||this sg m adj||take 3sg pres P||this sg n adj||child sg n|
14 (c) [0:40] I don’t know where its father had gone off to, [but] its mother
|and||father sg m||dat m 3sg clt||neg||know 1sg pres I||where interr||go sg m L.part P||mother f sg||dat m 3sg clt|
15 (c) [0:44] had supposedly gone to the neighbors and he, it appears, was left with this child.
|go sg f L.part P||to||neighbor pl m def||and||nom m 3sg||remain sg m L.part P||with||this sg n adj||child sg n|
16 (c) [0:47] With his smaller brother.
|with||little.brother sg n def||dat refl clt||little sg n def adj|
17 (EU) Mmhm.
18 (c) [0:49] And he took it, to carry it off to the river to –
|and||nom m 3sg||acc n 3sg clt||take 3sg pres P||comp||acc n 3sg clt||carry 3sg pres I||in||river sg f def||comp||acc n 3sg clt|
19 (c) [0:52] to throw it into the creek.
|in||river sg f def||comp||acc m 3sg clt||throw 3sg pres P|
20 (EU) Hm.
21 (c) [0:54] But when he took it into his arms, it was all wrapped up
|however||when conj||acc m 3sg clt||take sg m L.part P||in||hand pl f def||nom m 3sg||3sg pres aux clt||be sg m L.part||wind sg m P.part P|
22 (c) [0:57] in these swaddling clothes.
|with||this sg m adj||swaddling sg m|
23 (EU) Mmhm.
24 (c) [0:59] Wrapped, however the cloth wasn’t well wrapped,
|wind sg m P.part P||however||swaddling sg m def||neg||3sg pres aux clt||be sg m L.part||wind sg m P.part P||much adv|
25 (c) [1:02] and it apparently became untied and dragged along the ground.
|and||acc refl clt||untie sg m L.part P||thus adv||and||and||acc refl clt||drag sg m L.part I||along||earth sg f def|
26 (c) [1:06] And so it appears that when he got there, arrived at the river –
|and||when conj||pass sg m L.part P||thus adv||to||river sg f def||reach sg m L.part P|
27 (c) [1:09] back then there was apparently not trees like now
|L.part exist||then adv||neg||like||now adv||wood pl n||such pl adj|
28 (c) [1:13] but rather these sticks, the size they put on a chopping block –
|but||stick pl f||such sg n||and||acc refl clt||put 3pl pres I||on||chopping.block sg m|
29 (b) [1:16] brushwood
|brushwood pl f|
30 (c) [1:17] Big chunks of brushwood, and then this big thing that they put the brushwood onto.
|brushwood pl f||big pl adj||disc||ost||thus adv||big sg n adj||thing sg n||thus sg n adj||put 3pl pres I||brushwood pl f||above adv|
31 (EU) Mmhm.
32 (c) [1:23] And apparently when he went past this chopping block, as we call it,
|and||nom m 3sg||when conj||pass sg m L.part P||along||this sg m adj||this sg m adj||chopping.block sg m||this sg n adj||dat m 3sg clt||call 1pl pres I|
33 (c) [1:28] he went by and this cloth caught on it. This cloth was caught,
|pass sg m L.part P||and||that sg m adj||swaddling sg m||acc refl clt||hook sg m L.part P||this sg m adj||swaddling sg m||acc refl clt||hook sg m L.part P|
34 (c) [1:32] and he, being small, kept trying to pull at it, but
|and||nom m 3sg||little sg m adj||and||nom m 3sg||endeavor sg m L.part I||pull sg m L.part I||pull sg m L.part I||however||[…]||[…]|
35 (c) [1:36] apparently it didn’t occur to him to leave the child, to detach it,
|neg||3sg pres aux clt||acc refl clt||guess sg m L.part P||comp||leave 3sg pres P||child sg n def||and||comp||acc n 3sg clt||unhook 3sg pres P|
36 (c) [1:38] but apparently still thought that it – that he could pull it out,
|but||think sg m L.part I||thus adv||comp||acc m 3sg clt||comp||comp||acc m 3sg clt||pull 3sg pres P||disc|
37 (c) [1:42] but the cloth was apparently we-very well stuck in these –
|however||swaddling sg m def||be sg m L.part||
||firmly adv||acc refl clt||hook sg m L.part P||in||this pl adj|
38 (c) [1:45] in that brushwood, in those trees. And about that time
|in||this sg m adj||brushwood sg m||in||this pl adj||wood pl n||and||by||this sg n adj||time sg n|
39 (c) [1:48] his mother comes and sees that the child is missing.
|come 3sg pres I||mother f sg||dat m 3sg clt||and||see 3sg pres I||that conj||child sg n def||acc n 3sg clt||pres neg exist|
40 (c) [1:52] She apparently went out and started to scream when she saw it,
|and||go.out sg f L.part P||out adv||begin sg f L.part P||comp||shout 3sg pres I||when inter.rel||acc n 3sg clt||see sg f L.part P|
41 (c) [1:55] and him trying so hard to unhook it so he could throw it in the creek
|and||nom m 3sg||endeavor 3sg pres I||comp||acc n 3sg clt||unhook 3sg pres P||comp||acc n 3sg clt||throw 3sg pres P||in||river sg f def|
42 (c) [1:58] And she was shouting –
|and||nom f 3sg||shout sg f L.part P|
43 (b) [1:58] You see, it’s God’s sign. Every person is supposed to have his days [to live out].
|see 2sg pres P||interr clt||God's sg m adj||sign sg m||person sg m||when conj||dat refl clt||have sg m L.part I||day pl m|
44 (c) [2:00] The swaddling cloth had gotten stuck. You see? That’s why you need swaddling cloths.
|hook sg m L.part P||3sg pres aux clt||swaddling sg m def||swaddling sg m def||see 2sg pres P||interr clt||therefore adv||must pres I imprs||comp||pres exist||swaddling sg m|