CLOTHING AND TEXTILES

Gela 2

14 (a) pək drùguš ublɛ̀čenu sìčku ublɛ̀čenu ta tvà e
But then, [people] were dressed, everyone [was] dressed [sufficiently]. And there it is.

Repljana 3

24 (a) òn si pa skròi pantalòne drèju odàvna džemadàn’e kròešeu
He’s [the one who] makes pants, clothing. In the old days they made outer coats.

25 (a) pa belò
and [all of it] white –

47 (a) ò màjstor na opandžàci na deràmčeta [laughter]
He was a specialist in hooded cloaks and women’s vests. [laughter]

Stalevo 4

39 (b) i tòj si obl’àkəl drѐ̝hit’ȅ i t’à kət premen’àvə premen’è̝nə
And he had put on these clothes and when she dressed up – she’d dressed up,

40 (b) əmə d’ètu m’èlə nəl’ nəd’àvəhme enì təkìvə ìkəme hni mànti
but when she swept [in the house] – we put on these coveralls we call “coats”,

41 (b) kət segɛ̀šnit’ȅ ə nàšte b’àha tkàenu sàmu č’i n’è e kùp’enu
like the ones now except ours were hand-woven, not purchased.

42 (b) vìkəm kàkə Marjònə də vɨ̀š səs ə dr’è̝škətə ìkəm ubl’akənə
I said, “Look at sister Mariona, at the dress she is wearing

43 (b) n’è̝ e səž žakèt əmi z dr’è̝škətə ubl’àkənə də ìdiš ìkəm
She has no jacket on, she’s just wearing a dress. But you [need to] see,” I said,

Šumnatica 3

160 (a) drɛ̀ətə mòž də gu zəkɤ̀rpime
The clothes – we can mend [those].

161 (b) drɛhàtə zàkərpi gu i vɤ̀ri si gl’àdəj ràbutətə
Mend the clothes, and go off and tend to your work.

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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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