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Dolno Draglište 3

31 (VZh) [Кога печахте ягнета?]
[When did you roast lambs?]

32 (a) suberè̝m se ut məəlàtə kòlkutu xòrə ìma
We get together, as many from the neighborhood as have [food to cook]

33 (a) osòbenu gàtu ìmə kurbàn nə gerg'òvdèn
particularly when there’s a celebration. On St. George’s Day

34 (a) soberè̝m se pet šès dùši upàlime fùrnətə
five or six of us gather together, and fire up the large communal oven,

35 (a) tam peštà i izmetèm jə mùšneme təvìte vɤ̀tre
the oven there. We sweep it out, and then shove the pans inside

36 (a) də se ispekà jàgnetàtə vèčer izvàdimè i gutòvi
so the lambs will roast. In the evening we take them out [when] ready,

37 (a) nòsime f čèrkvə pòpu i prekàdi [laughter]
and carry [them] to the church for the priest to bless them. [laughter]

38 (VZh) [Как го познаваш кога е готово?]
[How do you know when it’s done?]

39 (a) è kàk gu puznàvəš əmi lè gu ubɤ̀rneme
How do you know when it’s ready? Well, don’t we turn it over

40 (a) iscrɤ̀vi se udgòre stàne ùbəvu pèčenu
[when] it’s gotten red on top, [when] it’s nicely roasted?

Kruševo 4

68 (a) svər’àvə bòp svər’ènə vəsùl’ ispeč’è ədnò jàgn’e
she’d cook up boiled beans and she’d roast a lamb

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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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