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Golica 3

154 (a) tì si zapòwnila
You’ve remembered [it all].

156 (c) zapòwnix jà
[Indeed] I did remember.

Kovačevo 1

126 (b) zèr ne pòmnetè ta pòmnime sìčku
You really don’t remember all that? We remember everything [don’t we?]

127 (c) pòmnim èee tvà gu pòmn’əm jà
We remember. Ah, I myself [certainly] remember that!

128 (a) i jàs pòmn’əm žəl’tìci i utùk i utùk i uzàt
I remember too! Gold coins here, and here, and in back.

Kralevo 3

8 (a) zə kò sèlutu ìmə i ìmat kràl’evu jà tvà si pòmn’ə
why the village has the name Kralevo. I remember this

9 (a) ud d’àdə m t’è sigɛ̀ kàžuva
from my grandfather. There’s this, they say,

26 (a) ə i sigɛ̀ tvà znàm ut d’àttu mi ud d’àdu s
the rebel leader.” I know this from my grandfather, my grandfather:

65 (a) i sə səberàl s ednɤ̀ č’ètə i tvà zə tvà
and he got together with a band, and that’s why

66 (a) nə tvà ìme se imenòvə
they gave this name [to the village].

67 (b) i stànuvə si kràl’eu
And it became Kralevo

68 (a) kràl’u vujvòdə kràl’u kràl’u
after Kralyo the rebel leader, Kralyo,

71 (a) tvà znàm jà mòjə d’àdu
That I know (for sure) [from] my grandfather.

Kruševo 1

85 (a) dàž’e pò pòvni i ud m’ène
She even remembers more than I do.

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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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