Stalevo 2

1 (GK)       Are you tired?

tire 2sg aor
interr clt
acc refl clt

2 (a) [0:02]      I never used to get tired but now I can’t –

nom 1sg
not.at.all adv
neg
acc refl clt tire 1sg impf I
but
now adv
neg
can 1sg pres I

3 (a) [0:06]      Now I have a hard time hearing. There’s humming in my head,

now adv
neg
dat 1sg clt
acc refl clt
hear 3sg pres I head sg f def
dat 1sg pres
hum 3sg pres I

4 (a) [0:11]      a bone spur in my spine, here.

bone spur sg m
in
waist sg m def
here adv
ost
thus adv

5 (GK)       Lots [of things] have started to hurt.

pain pl f emerge 3pl aor I much adv

6 (a) [0:17]      A lot.

much adv

7 (GK)       Well, because of working so much, that’s why.

disc
disc
much adv
acc refl clt
3sg pres aux clt
work sg n L.part I for.that adv

8 (a) [0:22]      How should I know. In my youth I never knew [a day] of illness.

where interr
comp
know 1sg pres I
in
youth sg f illness sg f
neg
know 1sg impf I

9 (a) [0:26]      I did everything, and never knew [a day] of illness.

everything sg n work 1sg impf I
and
illness sg f
neg
know 1sg impf I

10 (IV)       Were there doctors, were there doctors in the village?

doctor pl m def exist impf
interr clt
doctor pl m
in
[...]

11 (a) [0:32]      There were doctors but even now I [don’t go]

exist impf
and
doctor pl m but
nom 1sg
ost
and
now adv

12 (a) [0:34]      to a doctor and I never went [to one], no.

to
doctor sg m neg 1sg pres aux clt go sg f L.part P
no
hes

13 (GK)       Tell me what sort of dishes you used to cook in the old days.

what.kind pl adj dish pl n cook 2pl impf I one sg n adj time sg n
comp
dat 1sg clt
say 2sg pres P

14 (a) [0:43]      Oh, all sorts [of things]. Tomatoes, beans, tomatoes. Look, now

disc
disc all kind pl adj tomato pl m beans sg m tomato pl m
ost
now adv look sg imv I

15 (a) [0:52]      now we’re cooking. We’ll roast the peppers, then chop them up,

cook 1pl pres disc now adv pepper pl m fut bake 1pl pres P and
acc m 3sg clt
chop 3sg pres P

16 (a) [0:59]      then cook them and [some] tomatoes and then put it up in jars.

and
acc m 3sg clt
boil 3sg pres I and
and
tomato pl m and jar pl m fill 1pl pres I

17 (IV)       Were there jars back then?

then adv jar pl m exist impf
interr clt

18 (a) [1:06]      No.

no

19 (IV)       So what did you [put] the filling in, then? Did you make “lyutenitsa” (salsa)?

disc
in
what sg n interr
acc 3pl clt
fill 2pl impf I salsa sg f do 2pl impf I
interr clt

20 (a) [1:09]      [No,] there weren’t.

neg exist

21 (GK)       There weren’t any jars.

exist impf neg jar pl m

22 (a) [1:11]      [Back] then [we had] dried things.

then adv dry pl adj thing pl f

23 (GK)       Ah, right.

disc
thus adv

24 (a) [1:13]      We used to have “karamanki”. When we cut them, and dry them,

have 1pl impf I pear pl f when conj cut 1pl pres P this pl adj pear pl f when conj
acc 3pl clt
dry 1pl pres P

25 (a) [1:21]      we put them in a bowl. Put it on, cook it up, and [you’ve got] soup. Eat!

put 1pl pres P one sg f adj bowl sg f put sg imv P boil sg imv P soup sg f eat sg imv P

26 (IV)       What’s this “karamanka”? How do you make it?

what sg n interr
3sg pres cop clt
this sg n adj pear sg f how interr
acc refl clt
make 3sg pres I

27 (a) [1:26]      The “karamanki”. We have them here but

pear pl f def
nom 1pl
have 1pl pres I here adv but

28 (IV)       What is it?

what sg n interr represent 3sg pres I

29 (a) [1:33]      Well, a “karamanka”. Look how it’s – [look] here at the ground,

disc
pear sg f def
ost
how interr
[ … ]
[...]
ost
on
earth sg f def

30 (GK)       Aha.

bkch

31 (a) [1:38]      where they’ve fallen.

how interr
3pl pres aux clt
fall pl L.part P

32 (GK)       Is it an apple?

apple sg f
interr clt
3sg pres cop clt

33 (a) [1:40]      It’s like an apple [but] an apple is different. A “karamanka” is ear-shaped.

like apple sg f apple sg f def
3sg pres cop clt
otherwise adv and pear sg f def
3sg pres cop clt
ear.shaped sg f adj

34 (GK)       Uh huh.

bkch

35 (a) [1:47]      It’s ear-like, where [you have] – that one over by the barrel,.

thus adv ear.shaped sg f adj where rel
ost
nom f 3sg
ost
by
barrel sg n def

36 (a) [1:51]      where a lot have fallen. It’s still not [unintelligible]. The [others] are ripe.

where interr pres exist many adv fall pl P.part P still adv neg
3sg pres cop clt
ripen pl def P.part P

37 (IV)       A pear? Is it a pear?

pear sg f
interr clt
pear sg f
interr clt

38 (a) [1:57]      Pears.

pear pl f def

39 (IV)       That’s what “karamanki” are?

this sg n adj
interr clt
3pl pres cop clt
pear pl f def

40 (a) [1:59]      That’s karamanki, [they’re] pears.

disc
this sg n adj pear pl f pear pl f def

41 (GK)       And what [dishes] did you prepare from “karamanki”?

and
what sg n interr prepare 2pl impf I
from
pear pl f def

42 (a) [2:04]      We put them …

put 1pl pres P
acc 3pl clt

43 (GK)       How do –

how interr
acc refl clt

44 (a) [2:06]      … into …

in

45 (GK)       How do you dry them?

how interr
acc refl clt
how interr
acc refl clt
dry 3pl pres I

46 (a) [2:07]      … a pot. We set them to dry until they are totally dry.

one sg f adj pot sg f dry 1pl pres P
acc 3pl clt
completely adv
3pl pres cop clt
dry pl adj

47 (GK)       How? All in one piece as they are?

how interr thus adv entire pl adj as rel
3pl pres cop clt

48 (a) [2:13]      Now we’ll cut them up. After we cut them up I spread them out

now adv fut
acc 3pl clt
cut 1pl pres P when conj
acc 3pl clt
cut 1pl pres P
and
acc 3pl clt
spread 1sg pres P

49 (a) [2:17]      over there and dry them. We dry them out until they are totally dry.

further adv dry 1pl pres I thus adv
and
acc 3pl dry 1pl pres P
acc 3pl clt
dry 3pl pres P completely adv

50 (GK)       [You put] them to warm –

comp
acc 3pl clt
warm 3sg pres I disc

51 (a) [2:24]      No. The sun dries them out. And when they’re dry

no sun sg n def dry 3sg pres I
acc 3pl clt
and
when conj
acc 3pl clt
dry 3sg pres P

52 (a) [2:29]      you’ll fill a basket or something with them and in the winter –

fut
acc 3pl clt
fill 2sg pres P basket sg m
interr clt
fut
3sg pres cop clt
what sg n rel fut
3sg pres cop clt
and
in winter adv

53 (IV)       What’s that called?

how interr
acc refl clt
say 3sg pres I this sg n adj

54 (a) [2:36]      A basket.

basket sg m

55 (IV)       No, no. The [fruit] after it’s dried.

no
no
this sg n adj
when conj
already adv
when conj
3sg pres aux clt
dry sg m L.part P

56 (IV)       I’ve heard that they call it "oshaf".

nom 1sg
1sg pres aux clt hear sg m L.part P
fut
acc n 3sg clt
call 3pl pres I dried fruit sg m

57 (a) [2:42]      When it dries, then when it’s "ushaf" you’ll cook it.

when conj dry 3sg impf P again adv when conj dried fruit sg m fut
acc n 3sg clt
boil 2sg pres P

58 (IV)       So it’s called "oshaf"?

dried fruit sg m
interr clt
acc refl clt
say 3sg pres I

59 (a) [2:46]      Yes. You’ll cook it, with plums. The plums we have. Like in the old days.

disc
fut
acc n 3sg clt
boil 2sg pres P
and
plum pl f plum pl f rel have 1pl pres I thus adv one sg n adj time sg n

60 (GK)       And during the winter did you eat only that?

and
during winter sg f def only adv this sg n adj
interr clt
eat 2pl impf I

61 (a) [2:56]      Ah [no]. Beans, bulghur, rice. [We] make kasha. Potatoes, eggplant, everything.

excl
disc
beans sg m
and
bulghur sg m rice sg m make 3sg pres I gruel pl f potato pl m eggplant pl m everything sg n

62 (GK)       When did you cook these special dishes? Did you have [them] on holidays?

when interr cook 2pl impf I such pl adj
more
special pl adj dish pl f have 2pl impf I
interr clt
for
some pl adj holiday pl m

63 (a) [3:12]      Well, when there’s a holiday, [yes.]. It’ll be nicer [to eat things] with fat;

[...]
disc
when inter.rel
pres exist holiday sg m
more
nice adv fut
3sg pres cop clt
with
lard sg f

64 (a) [3:17]      it’ll be [nicer to eat things] with – with meat chunks.

fut
3sg pres cop clt
with
with
meat chunk pl m

65 (GK)       [laughter] And if there’s no meat chunks?

if conj
neg exist meat chunk pl m

66 (IV)       Does the village have a [particular] celebration?

village sg n def holiday sg m have 3sg pres I
interr clt
dat refl clt

67 (a) [3:25]      Well in the village – hens. Hens.

disc
hes
village sg n def hen pl f hen pl f

68 (GK)       But meat – did you eat a lot of meat, or not?

but
meat sg n meat sg n eat 2pl impf I
interr clt
or
very adv
or
not

69 (a) [3:36]      We didn’t eat so much meat.

more
little adv meat sg n eat 1pl impf I

70 (GK)       There wasn’t [any].

impf neg exist

71 (a) [3:39]      There was – there were fasts on Wednesdays and Fridays. Fasts, and now [too].

exist impf fast sg m exist impf Wednesday sg f Friday sg m fast sg m exist impf disc disc now adv

72 (GK)       So what did people eat on fast days?

then adv what sg n interr
acc refl clt
eat 3sg impf I
on
fast pl m

73 (a) [3:53]      During fast people ate – there wasn’t anything with fat. No, no meat chunks.

on
fast sg m def
acc refl clt
eat 3sg impf I neg exist non.lenten pl adj thing pl f not not meat chunk pl m

74 (a) [4:02]      Dry dishes. Beans, bulghur, rice soup. [laughter]

disc
dry pl adj dish pl f beans sg m bulghur sg m rice sg f adj soup sg f

75 (IV)       Milk.

milk sg n def

76 (a) [4:10]      You ate kasha with bread chunks and milk when there’s –

crumble sg f P.part I gruel sg f milk sg n def
acc refl clt
eat 3sg pres I
when inter.rel
3sg pres cop clt

77 (a) [4:15]      when there wasn’t a fast. When it’s not Friday.

when inter.rel
neg
3sg pres cop clt
fast sg m
when inter.rel
neg
3sg pres cop clt
Friday sg m

78 (GK)       Uh huh.

bkch

79 (a) [4:19]      Otherwise –

otherwise adv

80 (GK)       Nothing from animals, they didn’t [eat] anything from animals.

nothing sg n animal sg n adj nothing sg n which sg n rel
3sg pres cop clt
from
animal pl m def
neg
acc refl clt

81 (a) [4:24]      People eat everything. They eat everything.

eat 3sg pres I
acc refl clt
everything sg n everything sg n
acc refl clt
eat 3sg pres I

82 (GK)       When –

when interr
3sg pres cop clt

83 (a) [4:27]      That’s what St. Peter said.

thus adv
3sg pres aux clt
say sg m L.part P saint sg m adj Peter sg m name

84 (GK)       Uh huh.

bkch

85 (a) [4:32]      That’s how St. Peter explained it. You’re supposed to eat meat too.

saint sg m adj Peter sg m name thus adv
3sg pres aux clt
explain sg m L.part P
that conj
must pres imprs
and
meat sg n
comp
acc refl clt
eat 3sg pres I

86 (a) [4:39]      [I tell you this] because there are some villages around here that don’t eat [meat].

because
that conj
here adv pres exist somewhere adv
dat refl clt
around
one pl adj village pl n
neg
eat 3pl pres I

87 (GK)       Here from [among] your [villages]?

here adv
from
your pl def adj

88 (a) [4:47]      No, in other countries.

no
from
other pl adj state pl f

89 (GK)       Uh huh.

bkch

90 (a) [4:51]      But here, here we eat [it].

disc here adv here adv
dat refl clt
eat 1pl pres I

         Are you tired?


         I never used to get tired but now I can’t –


         Now I have a hard time hearing. There’s humming in my head,


         a bone spur in my spine, here.


         Lots [of things] have started to hurt.


         A lot.


         Well, because of working so much, that’s why.


         How should I know. In my youth I never knew [a day] of illness.


         I did everything, and never knew [a day] of illness.


         Were there doctors, were there doctors in the village?


         There were doctors but even now I [don’t go]


         to a doctor and I never went [to one], no.


          Tell me what sort of dishes you used to cook in the old days.


         Oh, all sorts [of things]. Tomatoes, beans, tomatoes. Look, now


         now we’re cooking. We’ll roast the peppers, then chop them up,


         then cook them and [some] tomatoes and then put it up in jars.


         Were there jars back then?


         No.


         So what did you [put] the filling in, then? Did you make “lyutenitsa” (salsa)?


         [No,] there weren’t.


         There weren’t any jars.


         [Back] then [we had] dried things.


         Ah, right.


         We used to have “karamanki”. When we cut them, and dry them,


         we put them in a bowl. Put it on, cook it up, and [you’ve got] soup. Eat!


         What’s this “karamanka”? How do you make it?


         The “karamanki”. We have them here but


         What is it?


         Well, a “karamanka”. Look how it’s – [look] here at the ground,


         Aha.


         where they’ve fallen.


         Is it an apple?


         It’s like an apple [but] an apple is different. A “karamanka” is ear-shaped.


         Uh huh.


         It’s ear-like, where [you have] – that one over by the barrel,.


         where a lot have fallen. It’s still not [unintelligible]. The [others] are ripe.


         A pear? Is it a pear?


         Pears.


         That’s what “karamanki” are?


         That’s karamanki, [they’re] pears.


         And what [dishes] did you prepare from “karamanki”?


         We put them …


         How do –


         … into …


         How do you dry them?


         … a pot. We set them to dry until they are totally dry.


         How? All in one piece as they are?


         Now we’ll cut them up. After we cut them up I spread them out


         over there and dry them. We dry them out until they are totally dry.


         [You put] them to warm –


         No. The sun dries them out. And when they’re dry


         you’ll fill a basket or something with them and in the winter –


         What’s that called?


         A basket.


         No, no. The [fruit] after it’s dried.


         I’ve heard that they call it "oshaf".


         When it dries, then when it’s "ushaf" you’ll cook it.


         So it’s called "oshaf"?


         Yes. You’ll cook it, with plums. The plums we have. Like in the old days.


         And during the winter did you eat only that?


         Ah [no]. Beans, bulghur, rice. [We] make kasha. Potatoes, eggplant, everything.


         When did you cook these special dishes? Did you have [them] on holidays?


         Well, when there’s a holiday, [yes.]. It’ll be nicer [to eat things] with fat;


         it’ll be [nicer to eat things] with – with meat chunks.


         [laughter] And if there’s no meat chunks?


         Does the village have a [particular] celebration?


         Well in the village – hens. Hens.


         But meat – did you eat a lot of meat, or not?


         We didn’t eat so much meat.


         There wasn’t [any].


         There was – there were fasts on Wednesdays and Fridays. Fasts, and now [too].


         So what did people eat on fast days?


         During fast people ate – there wasn’t anything with fat. No, no meat chunks.


         Dry dishes. Beans, bulghur, rice soup. [laughter]


         Milk.


         You ate kasha with bread chunks and milk when there’s –


         when there wasn’t a fast. When it’s not Friday.


         Uh huh.


         Otherwise –


         Nothing from animals, they didn’t [eat] anything from animals.


         People eat everything. They eat everything.


         When –


         That’s what St. Peter said.


         Uh huh.


         That’s how St. Peter explained it. You’re supposed to eat meat too.


         [I tell you this] because there are some villages around here that don’t eat [meat].


         Here from [among] your [villages]?


         No, in other countries.


         Uh huh.


         But here, here we eat [it].


1 (GK)       уморѝ ли се

2 (a) [0:02]       йа̀ hѝч ни съ̀ умур’а̀вəh əм сиге̂̀ не мо̀ə

3 (a) [0:06]       сиге̂̀ не мѝ сə ч’у̀йе глəвъ̂̀тə мɨ hуч’ѝ

4 (a) [0:11]       шɨ̀п ф кръ̂̀стə ту̀ а тека̀

5 (GK)       бо̀лки изл’а̀заhа мно̀го

6 (a) [0:17]       мло̀гу

7 (GK)       ами то̀ мно̀го се е рабо̀тило зату̀й

8 (a) [0:22]       д’ѐ дə зна̀м нə мла̀дус бо̀л’ес не зна̀еh

9 (a) [0:26]       сɨ̀чку ра̀бут’ъh й бо̀л’ес не зна̀еh

10 (IV)       до̀кторет ѝмаше ли до̀кторе ф сѐ

11 (a) [0:32]       ѝмəше и до̀ктуре əмə йа̀ ѐту и сиге̂̀

12 (a) [0:34]       нə до̀ктур н’ѐ съ̀м утишла̀ нѐ ə

13 (GK)       каквѝ йа̀денета го̀твеhте едно̀ врѐме да ми ка̀жѐш

14 (a) [0:43]       е̂̀ əми с’а̀кəкви дома̀т’ фасу̀л’ дума̀т’ɨ ѐ сиге̂̀ глѐй

15 (a) [0:52]       го̀твим тва̀ сиге̂̀ пуп’ѐр’ зə уп’еч’е̇̀м ч’ə гу нəдрубѝ

16 (a) [0:59]       ч’ə гу вəрѝ ч’ə и дума̀т’ə ч’ə бурка̀н’ə пъ̂̀л’ним

17 (IV)       туга̀ва бурка̀ни ѝмаше ли

18 (a) [1:06]       н’ѐ

19 (IV)       ам ф кво̀ ги пъ̀лнахте л’у̀теница пра̀ехте ли

20 (a) [1:09]       н’ѐмə

21 (GK)       н’а̀маше бурка̀ни

22 (a) [1:11]       туга̀вə су̀hи ра̀бут’и̭

23 (GK)       а тəка̀

24 (a) [1:13]       ѝмаhне кəрəма̀нк’и̭ кəт нəц’е̂̀пим т’а кəрəма̀нк’и кəд ги иссуш’ɨ̀м

25 (a) [1:21]       ту̀рим əнъ̀ пъ̂̀нца ту̀ри сва̀ри су̀пə йѐш

26 (IV)       кво̀ е това̀ карама̀нка къ̀к са пра̀и

27 (a) [1:26]       кəрəма̀нк’и̭т’и̭ нѝ ѝмəме ту̀кə əмə

28 (IV)       какво̀ представл’а̀ва

29 (a) [1:33]       əм кəрəма̀нкəтə йа̀ ка̀к сə зəла йа̀ нə зем’ъ̂̀тə

30 (GK)       əhə

31 (a) [1:38]       ка̀к сə па̀ннəли

32 (GK)       йа̀бəлка ли е

33 (a) [1:40]       кəт йа̀бəлкə йа̀’бəлкəтə е ѝнəк пəк кəрəма̀нкəтə е зəу̀ш’енə

34 (GK)       əhə

35 (a) [1:47]       тəка̀ зəу̀ш’енə кəд’ѐт ѐ т’а ѐ ду бу̀р’ет

36 (a) [1:51]       кəд’ѐ ѝмə но̀у па̀ннəти о̀ште н’ѐ е [неразбрано] фта̀сəнитe̥̥

37 (IV)       кру̀ша ли кру̀ша ли

38 (a) [1:57]       кру̀ши̭ти̭

39 (IV)       тва̀ ли са карама̀нките

40 (a) [1:59]       ə тва̀ сə кəрəма̀нк’и кру̀ши̭те̭

41 (GK)       и кво̀ го̀тв’ехте от карама̀нките

42 (a) [2:04]       ту̀рим ги

43 (GK)       къ̀к сə

44 (a) [2:06]       фəф

45 (GK)       къ̀к сə къ̀к сə сушъ̀т

46 (a) [2:07]       енъ̀ т’ѐнџəрə иссушѝм ги дибид’у̀с сə су̀hи

47 (GK)       къ̀к тъ̀й цѐли ка̀кто си

48 (a) [2:13]       сиа̀ зə ги нəц’е̂̀пим кəд ги нəц’е̂̀пим и ги прост’ъ̂̀

49 (a) [2:17]       нəта̀тəк сушɨ̀м тəка̀ и т’а̀h иссушѝм ги исъ̂̀hнəт дибид’у̀с

50 (GK)       да ги грѐе тва̀

51 (a) [2:24]       н’ѐ слъ̀нцету̭ иссуша̀вə ги и кəд ги иссуш’ѝ

52 (a) [2:29]       зə ги нəпъ̂̀л’ниш ко̀ш ли зə ѐ ко̀т зə ѐ и зѝм’е

53 (IV)       ка̀к се ка̀зва тва̀

54 (a) [2:36]       ко̀ш

55 (IV)       нѐ нѐ тва̀ кат вѐче кат е исъ̀хнал

56 (IV)       йа̀ сəм чу̀л че гу вѝкат оша̀ф

57 (a) [2:42]       кəт исъ̂̀hнеши па̀к кəту уша̀в зə гу свəрѝш

58 (IV)       оша̀ф ли се ка̀зва

59 (a) [2:46]       əhə̀ зə гу свəрɨ̀ш и слɨ̀ви слѝви д’ѐт ѝмəме тəка̀ əдно̀ вр’ѐме

60 (GK)       и през зѝмата са̀мо това̀ ли йад’а̀хте

61 (a) [2:56]       а̀ əм фəсул’ и бəлгу̀р’ урɨ̀с пра̀и ка̀ш’и карто̀фи патлəж’е̂̀н’е сɨ̀чку

62 (GK)       кога̀ вар’а̀хте такѝва по̀ специа̀лни ма̀нџи ѝмахте ли за н’а̀кои пра̀зници

63 (a) [3:12]       е̂̀м əми га̀ ѝмə пра̀зник по̀ hу̀бəвə зə ѐ сəс ма̀с

64 (a) [3:17]       зə ѐ сəс сəс дро̀бене

65 (GK)       [смях] ако н’а̀ма дро̀бене

66 (IV)       сѐлото пра̀зник ѝма ли си

67 (a) [3:25]       пəк ə с’ѐлуту куко̀шк’и куко̀шк’и

68 (GK)       ама месо̀ месо̀ йад’а̀хте ли или твъ̀рде или нѐ

69 (a) [3:36]       по̀ ма̀лку м’ѐсо йəд’е̂̀hме

70 (GK)       н’а̀мəше

71 (a) [3:39]       ѝмəше по̀с ѝмəше ср’а̀дə п’е̇̀тəк по̀с ѝмəше пəк пəк сега̀

72 (GK)       тога̀з кво̀ се йадѐше на по̀сти

73 (a) [3:53]       нə по̀стə сə йəдѐше н’ѐмə мръ̀сни ра̀бути̭ н’ѐ н’ѐ дро̀бене

74 (a) [4:02]       əм су̀hɨ ма̀нџи̭ фəсу̀л’ бəлгу̀р’ урѝзувə чо̀рбə [смах]

75 (IV)       мл’а̀ко

76 (a) [4:10]       друб’ѐнə ка̀ша мл’а̀кут сə йəд’ѐ га̀ е

77 (a) [4:15]       га̀ н’ѐ е по̀с га̀ нѐ е п’ѐтəк

78 (GK)       əhə

79 (a) [4:19]       ѝнəк

80 (GK)       нѝшто животѝнско нѝшто коѐто е от hайва̀ните не съ̀

81 (a) [4:24]       йəд’ѐ сə сɨ̀чку сɨ̀чку сə йəдѐ

82 (GK)       кога̀ е

83 (a) [4:27]       тəка̀ е ка̀зəл светѝ п’ѐтəр

84 (GK)       əhə

85 (a) [4:32]       светѝ п’ѐтəр тəка̀ е уб’əснѝл че тр’а̀вə и месо̀ дə сə йəдѐ

86 (a) [4:39]       о̀т че ту̀кə ѝмə н’е̂̀йде с енѝ села̀ не йəдъ̂̀т

87 (GK)       ту̀ка от ва̀шите

88 (a) [4:47]       н’е̂̀ уд дру̀ги дəрж’е̂̀ви

89 (GK)       əhə

90 (a) [4:51]       пəк ту̀кə ту̀кə си йəд’ѐм

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Recommended Model for Citations

Bulgarian Dialectology as Living Tradition [2016] (http://www.bulgariandialectology.org, visited on 1 March 2016)
Babjak 1: 13-15. In: Bulgarian Dialectology as Living Tradition [2016] (http://www.bulgariandialectology.org, visited on 1 March 2016)

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