traditional main garments

Garvan 1

3 (GK) bùlkata kažì kàk oblìčat
Tell me how they dress the bride.

4 (a) às nəl'ì ti kàəm фùstə i drèškə
Well, like I said, [in] a [ceremonial] apron and a dress.

7 (a) tə фùstə i drèškə ə kədif'è i kòž'ufč'etu j udgòr'e
[So], the apron, the dress of velvet, and the “kozhufche” (fur vest), is on top

200 (a) igràjət tàm səm in dàlə ìməv è tɤ̀j prist'ìlkə
dance there [and] I gave them – I had this apron,

201 (a) tùj sə kàzvə prist'ìlkə əmə l'ešt'àu b'àlu mərukìn sə kàzvə
it’s called an apron, but all shiny, of white satin [Damascene], it’s called,

202 (a) kuprìnə nəpràu i ròzəf i kədif'è zil'ènə sən dàlə
just like silk – pink. And I gave them green velvet.

208 (GK) lišt'àu vìkəš
Shiny, you say.

214 (a) inò wr'èmi təkànu nəpràu wòs'əm фùsti səm ìmələ jà
Woven aprons, woven properly in the old days. I had eight [such] aprons.

215 (a) nə tɤ̀s dàduw dv'è i dàvəm nəpràu è tu̥kətɤ̀j è
I gave those [girls] two, and I am still giving them away.

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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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