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Drjanovec 1

58 (a) dun’èse əmə nìj smi pèt’ pɤk inìčku d’èt ɤ màjkɤ gu ustàj
and brought [her here]. There’s five of us kids, and the tiny one that mother had left –

59 (a) tò n’ikàk ni zɤsùkɤ ud màjkɤ zimà go innà nàštɤ rudnìnɤ
it had never suckled from its mother. One of our relatives had taken it

60 (a) n’ègu dèn’ kɤt zèvɤt dɤ jɤ kɤt jɤ kàrɤwɤ u bòlnictȁ
the same day when they took her to drive her to the hospital,

61 (a) dàduɤ màlku òwču ml’àku i d’èt’tȕ t’à tàm gu dɤ gu
they gave the little one sheep’s milk, and the child – she was there to look –

62 (a) gl’e dɤ gu glèdɤ u t’àw dukɤt sɤ zɤvɤ̀rni tàt’i
to look after it at their place until Dad came back.

Nasalevci 1

103 (a) na krevàta i go ràni dòi ga ako ìma mlèko
on the bed and she feeds it. She nurses it. If she has milk

104 (a) če ga dòi ako nèma zabṛ̀kaju od brašɤ̀nce màlko
she’ll nurse it, if not they mix up a little from flour

105 (a) dodèka kùpu tekòva mlèčno bràšno i takà i ga rànu
until they [manage to] buy powdered milk, and so. They feed it.

154 (a) i ga slòžu na krevàta i màk’ata do n’èga lègne
and put it on the bed, and the mother lies next to it

155 (GK) ta go ta go dòi
and it – to nurse it.

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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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