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Babjak 2

4 (b) i segà si žɤ̀neme tùk pu čàsnijɤ sèktur si pusɛ̀eme
And even now, when we reap what we've sown on [our] private land –

5 (b) ečemìk uvès rɤ̀š vrɤšème gu sɤs kòne rəsfrɤ̀l'əme snòpite
barley, oats, and rye – we thresh it with horses. We spread the sheaves

Belica 2

99 (a) baškɤ̀ ìma sème ovèsᵊ ečemìk tò se sèe pròleti
And there’s other seeds. Oats, barley – that gets sown in the spring.

100 (a) tò se le èseni ne sèe dòde li aprìl
It’s not sown in the fall. When April comes

101 (a) nasèe se ečmìk nasèe se ovès i tò stìgne
they sow barley, they sow oats – and that can all be done

102 (a) sɤs volòve i se žɤ̀ne fsìčko zàedno
with oxen. And then it’s all reaped together.

Brŭšljan 3

6 (c) i št'à sedìme i nə prulettɤ̀ pàk št'à pòčneme də s'ɛ̀me
And we’d wait, and in the spring we’d again start to sow

7 (c) pròletnu uv'ès ə rənì kuìtu ni ni beə nùž'ni
the spring [crops] – oats, and – food that we – that we needed.

Malevo/Asg 2

49 (b) kugàtu uzrìjət nìvite pš’enìca rɤ̀š uv’ès kətu uzrìjət tugàvə utìvəme nə nìvətə
When things ripen in the fields – wheat, rye, oats – when they’re ripe we go to the fields

Mogilica 3

47 (a) č'e vsɛ̀kə vrìt sìč'ku sɛ̀hə uvès rɔ̀š' sìč'ku pò rànu
Each one. All [of us], everybody planted oats and rye, earlier on.

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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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