child rearing

Godeševo 2

6 (a) i tvà e i pà si rəst'è i pà izl'àze pà rəstè
and that’s all. But they grow up anyway, and get tall. They grow up.

7 (a) jà vɤ̀jš kəkɤ̀j gi sme izgl'òdəli kəkvɤ̀j gi sme izgl'òdəli
Just look at the kind [of children] we raised – what we raised,

8 (a) gul'àmi məž'è̝ ìməm p'è̝t mumčètə sàmu
big men. I’ve got five of them – only counting the boys.

Kruševo 2

46 (a) kət sì gi gl'èdəš ùbafkì tə i nə tèp si e dràč'ku
When you raise up beautiful [children] it is a very precious thing to you.

Mogilica 4

28 (a) jɛ̀ è gi kàrəm i deč'ìš'tətə i vnùč'etətə də vɛ̀rvət
I – I make my children and grandchildren believe,

29 (a) də nə pràət lòš’u də də uvəž’ɛ̀vət hòrətə
not to do anything bad, to respect people,

30 (a) də nìš’tu də ne zgreš’ɛ̀vət
and not to commit sin in any way.

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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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