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Alexandre Rusakov & Olga Abramenko (1998). NORTH RUSSIAN ROMANI DIALECT.

URL: http://romani.kfunigraz.ac.at/romani/download/files/gls50-rusakov.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 3370&langcode=rml (2021-06-15).


Example #1:

    (7) Ták na ţtQH man-ge vast?
    so no cut me-DAT hands.NOM=ACC
    'don't cut off my hands'
Example #2:

    (9) ?o         vast?    nan?la-te
    and DEF hands.NOM=ACC no.is she-LOC
    'she hasn't hands'
Example #3:

    (11) lyj?    krajúska mar?
    he.took piece       bread.NOM=ACC
    'he took a piece of bread'
Example #4:

    da Pétr-os, [XGyĺQ¶LNRV
    this Petr-ACC painter-ACC
    'he comes in secret to his castle ... and keeps him in a secret hall, this Petro
Example #5:

    (16) jów lej?     ]QiţLW VOXĺDQNi
    he he.took well maidservant.ACC
    'well, he took a maidservant'
Example #6:

    (24) ? kodov?sy psál         tumar? o     kák tumar?
    and that       is brother your.PL DEF uncle your.PL
    'and, that is your brother, your uncle'
Example #7:

    (36) jój =LQ¶i yţLQ?málo l?sa
    she lived very little he-INSTR
    'she lives with him for the short time'
Example #8:

    (38) =uvl?to    vastén-ca
    woman-but hands-INSTR
    'this woman has the hands'
Example #9:

    (39) avén vméste amén-ca
    come together we-INSTR
    'come with us'
Example #10:

    (42) save drome-sa tu d=asa po poţWD
    what way-INSTR you go          to post
    'what way you go to the post office
Example #11:

    (43) =áva ... ke t?          pastux?sa
    I.go     to you.SING shepherd-INSTR
    'I'll work for you as a shepherd'
Example #12:

    (44) me tút          keráva bar?manusésa
    I    you.SING make great man-INSTR
    'I make you a great person'
Example #13:

    (48) dúj pas?sa       bérs
    two half-INSTR year.NOM=ACC (cf. Note 4)
    'two years and a half' (cf. Russian dva s polovinoy(INSTR) goda)
Example #14:

    (52) izdrála      straxátyr
    he.trembles fright-ABL
    'he shivers with fright'
Example #15:

    (54) m?výse sarén-dyr, stárse sarén-dyr sómas
    I    taller all-ABL older all-ABL I.was
    'I was taller than all the others, older than all the others'
Example #16:

    (57) Dykxéla l?te       dúj vast?nan?
    he.sees she-LOC two hands not.are
    'he sees that she has not both of her hands'
Example #17:

    (63) áke DţiSH         kad?dyvés amén-de t?sa
    thus remained this day we-LOC you.Sing-INSTR
    'thus this day is for us (lit.: for us with you)'
Example #18:

    (64) =LQ¶iP de sátry
    we.lived in tents
    'we lived in the tents'
Example #19:

    (79) i    podykxn?pe léste
    and looked      on he-LOC
    'and they looked at him'
Example #20:

    (88) Rovéla, pál         d?raklorés-te
    she.cries about this boy-LOC
    'she cries for the fellow'
Example #21:

    (95) vas tu-ke doj          am?sunasa muzyka kxélna
    for you.SING-DAT we hear             music they.play
    'Is it you for whom the music that we hear play?'