peppers

Bansko

62 (a) emi bàncko jàdenè am nàj ubàvotò e sùi č'ùšč'i sùš'eni
Ah, Bansko food! The best thing is the dry peppers. [They’re] dried,

Eremija 1

129 (a) segà cəftì za slanàta a do sèga ne smè kinàli
[But] it bloomed [just in time] for the frost! Up till now we haven’t picked

130 (a) te tòkova čùsčica da vìdime kakvà e nè bèše isəhnàlo
even a tiny little pepper to see what it was like. No. It’s all dried out.

Gela 2

38 (a) a sufrɔ̀ ta ga tùr'aš na sufrɔ̀na ta č tugàva izvàdiš
but rather a low “sofra”. You put it on the “sofra” and then you take out

39 (a) pupèrki čùški ut kàca salamùra i hùbavu bɤlò jɛ̀lu sɤ
peppers from the barrel of brine. and it was nice. One ate well,

Gorno Vŭršilo 2

8 (b) kvò ìmam s skòpam ja nàsada pipèra a polìvam gu
What [work] do I have? I dig [in it], plant the peppers, water them,

Kruševo 4

115 (a) tə dumàti li nè tə pip’èrki li misìrč’e stànə mi
And tomatoes, and peppers – And the corn came in fine. Everything!

Stalevo 2

14 (a) ɛ̀ əmi s’àkəkvi domàt’ fasùl’ dumàt’ɨ è sigɛ̀ glèj
Oh, all sorts [of things]. Tomatoes, beans, tomatoes. Look, now

15 (a) gòtvim tvà sigà pup’èr’ žə up’eč’è̝m č’ə gu nədrubì
now we’re cooking. We’ll roast the peppers, then chop them up,

16 (a) č’ə gu vərì č’ə i dumàt’ə č’ə burkàn’ə pʌ̀l’nim
then cook them and [some] tomatoes and then put it up in jars.

Vladimirovo 2

98 (a) čùšcici narèžime i mesòto i a napḷ̀nime i i sɤšìjeme
and bits of pepper, we cut up the meat, and fill them, and sew it up,

Vladimirovo 3

72 (a) i lùk čùščici nətùraš i č čùbricә̥ n
... you add onion and peppers, and summer savory

Žitnica 1

2 (a) mɨ ràbutə mnògu snòštɨ xudɨ̀xmi də berè̟m pipè̟r wòlele umurɨ̀x sə
[What] a lot of work! Last night we went to pick peppers and I got so tired!

Žitnica 2

1 (b) è òdə n’èkuj pɤ̀t nə pulè̟tu tə berɤ̀ čùšk’ɨ kupàjə pipè̟r’ət
Well, sometimes I go to the field to pick peppers, and to dig in the pepper patch.

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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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