Tran Dialect

The Tran dialect is a Bulgarian dialect, member of the Transitional dialects, which is spoken in the regions of Tran and Godech in central western Bulgaria and in the Western Outlands. It borders on the Belogradchik dialect to the north, the Sofia dialect to the east and the Breznik dialect to the south.

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Tran Dialect - Phonological and Morphological Characteristics
... yellow) Triple definite article (as in the Rhodopean Smolyan dialect) -ът, -та, -то, -те/та for general cases, -ъв, -ва, -во, -ве/ва for objects situated close to the speaker ... consonant (as in the Gabrovo subdialect of the Central Balkan dialect) памет->паметуту vs ... other phonological and morphological characteristics typical for all Transitional dialects, cf ...

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