salaries

Brŭšljan 1

11 (a) nəlì tugàvə beš'e nìsku plət'èn trùduvijə dèn
[as] at that time a working day was paid very poorly.

Gela 3

75 (c) plàštat mi mnògu hùbavu jèftina hranà ìmat šukulàde
"They pay me well, the food is cheap, they have chocolate – ”,

Golica 3

114 (a) ama tr'àba pòpə də j tùka də č'i̥t'è
there has to be a priest here, to recite [them], …

117 (c) kòj še mu platì
… [but] who’s going to pay him?

120 (c) na pòpa zə də dòdi tùkanə
[to pay] the priest to come here..

121 (a) ama
But …

122 (c) bis parì n'àma da dòdi
Without money, he won’t come.

Golica 5

11 (a) a če nalì i arap’àta mràz’at gi dàvat na t’àx parìt’ɛ̏
And the Arabs hate them, because they [foreigners] get paid [good] money

12 (a) pak na un’às ne dàvat pak nàši̥t’ȅ kuìto ìdat ottùka
but the [locals] don’t get paid, as opposed to ours, who when they go there

13 (a) dàvat im parìt’ȅ a či nàšit’ȅ stojàə p’èt m’àse̥ca
get paid [good] money. And our folk stayed [only] five months

Kralevo 1

11 (a) mòži vɨ̀kə č’e màlku mi plàtət əmə pàk b’è̝hme duòl’ni
You can say they didn’t pay me much but still we were content

22 (a) ràptehme mlògu mlàdi b’èhme mòž’ehme də ràptim iskàrəhme sɨ pərɨ̀
we worked a lot. We were young, we could work [hard]. We earned a wage

23 (a) nə dəšterɤ̀tə stòrime blòk uf hàskuu ut trùt
and built my daughter an apartment (in a complex) in Haskovo from that work.

Malevo/Xsk 2

104 (b) tu t’è̝letə i təkà òt’ nə mlàtte zəplàtte màl’k’i
Yes, calves and such. Because the young people’s salaries are small.

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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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