threshing pole

Belica 2

39 (MM) vɤ̀rzani li sa vɤ̀rzani li sa
… are they tied up [to something]? Are they tied up?

40 (a) emi vɤfᵊ dvòra e konète se vṛ̀zani
In the yard – [yes, of course] the horses are tied

41 (a) za strožer mu se kàzva nasrèt dvòra
to what we call the threshing pole, in the middle of the yard.

Eremija 6

19 (d) kàk e na sredàta ednò dərvò stòdžer
In the middle there was a tree, a pole …

20 (c) nà tè ozgòre
… right up here, there …

21 (d) mu vìkame
… [that's what] we call it.

39 (GK) a konète vɤ̀rzani li sa nèjde
And are the horses tied [to something] somewhere?

40 (c) takà sa vɤ̀rzani na vəžè
They’re tied to a rope.

41 (d) tè sə vɤ̀rzani səs alkà
They’re tied with a ring.

43 (c) tùka edìn tùka
One here, [one] here …

44 (d) jàži
A rope.

45 (c) tùka i tùka na stredàta e vṛžàno s važè
… one here. And it’s tied here in the middle with a rope.

46 (c) i kato rèče òbərni i òn'a se obɤ̀rne kòn'o obṛ̀nat se
And when he said “Turn!” the horse turns. They turn back [the other way].

47 (GK) ama tòj se navìva li
Will it wind up?

48 (c) xà
What?

49 (GK) vəžèto
The rope.

50 (c) à važèto
Oh, the rope –

51 (d) važeto e pa navìva se
[Yes], the rope winds up.

52 (c) važèto e vṛ̀zano takà na stredàta
The rope is tied here in the middle.

53 (d) nè na stòdžero kàk se navìva važèto
No, on the pole! [Tell him] how the rope winds around it!

54 (c) à à na stòdžero
Ah, ah, on the pole.

55 (d) tè pìtat
[That’s what] they’re asking.

56 (c) navìvame takà navìva se
We wind it around. It winds around like this.

57 (d) na dərvòto
[It winds] around the [piece] of wood.

Gorno Vŭršilo 2

15 (b) tùrim edìn strèžerᵊ i ə tùrnem snòpete i kàrame s magàreta
tùrim edìn strèžerᵊ i ə tùrnem snòpete i kàrame s magàreta

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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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