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Nasalevci 2

65 (a) na trùp ednò dṛ̀vo takà debelò i sɤs sek’ìra
On [some] tree-trunk. A piece of wood this thick – you [cut it] with a “sekira” (ax),

66 (a) bràdva li se òka sek’ìra li nìe sek’ìra
or a “bradva” (ax), as they say. We call it “sekira”,

67 (a) pa kòj
but as to who …

68 (GK) sekìra
“Sekira”.

69 (a) òka bràdva ne znàm
… calls it “bradva”, I don’t know.

70 (BR) sekìra
“Sekira”.

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