Solun-Voden Dialect - Typical Words

Typical Words

  • ʒarba (bg,mk:ʒaba) - frog
  • ʃarino (bg,mk:ʃareno) - coloured
  • kutʃja (bg,mk:kutʃɛ) - dog
  • kɤʃta (bg:kɤʃta, mk:kuca) - house
  • druguʃ (bg:drug pɤt, mk:drug pat) - another time
  • vɔpka

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