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Nasalevci 2

153 (a) i kòj e čorbadžìja pòstar stàne i takà
And the one who’s the head of things, the oldest, stands up and –

155 (a) tùri malkò žàr
and puts a few coals –

156 (c) nàj stàrija čovèk
The oldest person.

158 (c) nàj stàrija čovèk u sèloto
The oldest person in the village.

163 (a) e nàj stàrijɤ de nàj stàrijɤ bòk’e
Well, yes, the oldest! The oldest one, [that’s] Bokye.

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