pantry and storage

Belica 2

125 (MM) i pòsle kato go donesèš brašnòto kɤdè go pribìraš
And then when you bring the flour [home], where do you put it?

126 (a) emi sedì si f čuvàle turìle sme dɤskɤ̀ na do stenɤ̀tɤ
Well, it sits in the sacks. We put up a board on – near the wall

127 (a) vɤ̀tre fkɤ̀šti sedì si f čuvàla vɤf noštuvìte si òtsea
inside the house, and it sits in the bag. Then I sift it into the kneading trough

129 (a) kɤdè še go tùra vɤf čuvàla si sedì
Where [else] am I going to put it? It sits in its sack.

Kozičino 1

26 (a) pòd n’èmə ìmə tòj še e nə gərbɛ̀ t’
There won’t be any “pod” (shelf) – the shelf will be on your back!

30 (a) pòt še e nə gərbɛ̀ t pək tugàs təč’ɛ̀hme dìgəhme h pòdə
Your “pod” will be on your back. But back then we’d weave, and put [it] in the “pod”.

Leštak 2

79 (VZh) əmhəm kato go vɤ̀rneš v kəkvò g gu slàgate
And when you bring it back what do you put it in?

80 (d) kato go vʌ̀rneš ber’èš gu f nɛ̀kəf kujədž’ɛ̀k i
When you bring it back, you carry it in some kind of chest, and

82 (VZh) kədè go dəržìš f kɤ̀štətə
Where do you keep it in the house?

83 (d) nə kədè gu dəržìš kòj kinà kədènu ìmə n’àkəf kujədžɛ̀k
Where to keep it? Each one [puts] in wherever. [In] some chest.

Mogilica 6

34 (GK) əmhəm i agà sə ispečè to mnògo xlèp kədè gu pàzexa
Mmhm. And when it's baked, that's a lot of bread! Where did they keep it?

35 (d) à ìmə si ud'ɛ̀lnu mɛ̀stu zə hlɛ̀bən
Ah. There's a separate place for the bread.

36 (GK) əxə̀ udèlnu si m'àstu zə xlèbən i kədè e tò
Uh huh, a separate place for the bread. And where is that?

38 (GK) kàk sə vìkə kàk sə vìkaše
What's it called? What did it used to be called?

39 (d) kəlèt
A pantry.

40 (GK) aha f klètən go pàzexte xl'àbən
Aha! You kept the bread in the pantry.

41 (d) hmm f kletɔ̀n
In the pantry.

42 (GK) əxə̀ i tàm ostàvaše mɛ̀k takà li
Umhm. And it stayed soft there, right?

44 (GK) i tàm ne ne muxl'àsvaše
And there it didn't go moldy?

45 (d) nèmə ne s muəl'ɛ̀svəše
It won't. It didn't go moldy.

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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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