shift

Nasalevci 1

222 (a) e pa rìza oblečè se rìza
Well [first] there’s a shift. You put on a shift,

224 (a) rìza sɤs tantèle takà tòlko tantèl’k’ete pod litàkɤt rɤkavè koprìneni i
A shift with lace, lots of lacy bits. That goes under the “litak”. Silk sleeves and –

225 (GK) na rìzata ili na litàkɤ
[Sleeves] on the shift, or on the “litak”?

226 (a) na rìzata
On the shift.

228 (a) na litàkɤt nèma rukàvi na rìzutu ìma rukàvi
The “litak” doesn’t have sleeves. The sleeves are on the shift.

230 (a) tì nalì oblečèš tovà litàkɤt rìzutu oblečèš pa litàkɤt oblečèš
You put on this “litak – [first] you put on the shift and then you put on the “litak”.

Repljana 1

37 (a) onà mi napraìla košùl’u nòvu ot ot šutò platnò no
She (= mother) had made me this new shift out of some hemp-like fabric.

38 (a) ako nè e bilà novà onò bì si me mòže provalìlo
If it hadn’t been new, then I could have been pierced [through]

39 (a) tùj u rebràta a onò a onò pozapṛlò màlko
here in the ribs. But this – this [new fabric] blocked it a bit

Stakevci 4

63 (VZh) košùl’a če slòiš oddòle
Well, you put the shift on underneath, [don’t you?]

64 (f) nò nò košùl’a pràimo ot pṛ̀teno platnò tekà e bilò
Well, well, we make the shift from hemp fabric. That’s how it was.

65 (f) u selàta tekà bèše košùl’e od gṛ̀snice
In the villages it was like that. [We made] shifts from hemp.

90 (VZh) əməm znači oddòle košùl’a a od
Uh huh. So then, underneath there is the shift.

91 (f) oddòle košùl’a
Underneath [is] the shift.

125 (f) a ženàta u suknò pràe ot klàšn’ete suknò
Well, the women [puts on] a tunic. We make [them] out of homespun cloth,

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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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