sewing homespun

Kozičino 1

143 (a) kətu pùsn’i tu̥ n’ègu plàt plàt d’èt š’ə go š’ìjmi nə mɛ̀ž’itɛ̏ jəmurlùk
when he puts that fabric there, the fabric that we’ll sew raincloaks for the men out of –

145 (a) d’èt š’e šìjmi nə mɛ̀ž’it’ɛ̏ plɑ̀t za gɑ̀št’i
fabric that we’ll sew for the men [also] trousers –

152 (a) š’ɛ̀jek i š’ìjm’e nə mɛ̀š:tɛ̏ gɑ̀št’i i š’ìim nə jele
Homespun. And we sew trousers for the men, and we sew – sew for –

Mogilica 1

5 (a) habɔ̀ habɔ̀ tə tèš tè ə š'ijət pəntəlòne drùguš' š'ìehə pəltà
“habe”, “habe”. They sew trousers of it. Earlier on they used to sew coats

6 (a) tè sà kupùət sìčkutu sàmu zə ədnì pəntəlòne
but now they buy all that. Only for some trousers.

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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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