sieve

Eremija 3

51 (a) səs sìto ìma si speciàlno
Using a sieve. There was a particular –

52 (GK) takà si mu vìkaše vìe
Is that how you called it?

53 (a) sìto
A sieve.

54 (GK) dà
Yes.

55 (a) sìto otsèe se i se naprài na sredàta dùpka tùri se sòl
A sieve. You sift it, you make a hole in the middle, and you put in salt.

Gorno Vŭršilo 1

36 (a) noštuvì e kato tovà doodìa pa edno sìto vezdèn vìkame takà
A kneading trough, like that. And then we shake the sieve constantly, that’s how we do it.

Prestoj

38 (a) kət stàni slìviti kət stànət nə kàšə sìčkiti ìmə idnì spec’àlnu n’èštu
When the plums get – when all of them get to be mush, there’s a special thing -

39 (a) kətu təgàr mu kàzvət pək ə dərmòn mu kàzvət
they call it a “tagar” (sieve), or they call it “darmon” (big sieve),

40 (a) ə àsəl pu zə slìviti
[made] specifically for plums.

42 (a) dɤ̀nutu i bəkɤ̀rinu səs dùpk’i
The bottom of it is copper, with little holes.

44 (a) sìtu
A sieve.

46 (a) sìpvət tàjə kàšə ut
They pour this kasha from the –

48 (a) tuvà ut ə təvɤ̀tə sìpvət vəf təgàrə
Um – they pour it from the pan into the sieve, [which is placed]

49 (a) nəd idnò bùri precèždə sə tə də pàdnət kustìlkiti̥
over a barrel. It strains through and so that the pits fall out.

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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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