General Data: Locality description, dialect classification, sound system, informants, fieldworkers
Hotárele
Photo:
A municipal building (Marta Ivaylova, 27.09.2012)
About the locality:
Bulgarians moved to this location in 1828. At the end of the nineteenth century the village had 3585 inhabitants, mostly “Serbs” who were working in market gardening (Alessandrescu, C. 1892: 212–213; Lahovari, G. I., C. I. Bratianu, G. Tocilescu 1898-1902 3: 744). In 1906 S. Romanski heard from Bulgarian informants in the neighbouring village Herăşti that fifty to sixty Bulgarian families had moved from Herăşti to Hotarele in 1863 (Жечев, Н. 1983: 56; Младенов, М., Б. Нягулов, Н. Жечев 1994: 229). Regarding the impressions of a staff member of the Bulgarian embassy who visited the village in 1942, see Младенов, М., Б. Нягулов, Н. Жечев 1994: 338. At the time of fieldwork in 1974 there were around 150 Bulgarian households in the village.
More about the locality:
Младенов, М. С. 1993: 46
Locality:
Hotárele, Giúrgiu,
44.183° N, 26.367° E
Dialect type:
Moesian (Eastern)
This dialect is spoken in:
Afumáţi, Ceácu, Chiselétu, Chiájna, Ciocănéşti, Hotárele, Iepuréşti, Miloşéşti, Mânăstírea, Plătăréşti, Válea Drágului, Vărắşti
See also:
Sound system according to IPA
Informants:
Unknown (?, ?)
Ienciu Nedelcu (76, m) illiterate
Sava Nedelcu (77, f)
Simeon Ştefan (40, m) six classes
Fieldworkers:
Maxim Sl. Mladenov (1930-1992)
Mile Tomici (1938-)
Dialect Texts: Transcriptions (to be uploaded) and audio (to be uploaded) of the original recordings made on 24.05.1974
 Theme:
Type:
1.0.Date, locality, fieldworkers [1327]
1.1.Introduction of the informant [727]
Аbout informants
1.2.Viticulture, wine, brandy and grapes [1328]
Work
1.3.Maize [1329]
Work
1.4.Cultivating wheat [1330]
Work
1.5.Threshing [1331]
Work
1.6.Medick [1332]
Work
1.7.Harvesting the maize [1333]
Work
1.8.A new informant jumps in [1334]
Аbout informants
1.9.Winter activities [1335]
Work
1.10.Working bees [1336]
Society
1.11.Slaughtering the pig. Parts of the body [1337]
Food
1.12.Domestic animals and dairy [1338]
Domestic animals
1.13.Poultry [1339]
Domestic animals
1.14.Garden [1340]
Cultivating plants
1.15.Houses [1341]
Housing
1.16.Wells [1342]
Work
1.17.Clothing [1343]
Clothing
2.1.In the forest [1344]
Nature
2.2.Sheds in the courtyard [1345]
Domestic animals
2.3.Christmas and New Year [1346]
Calendar
2.4.Holidays [1347]
Calendar
2.5.Local history [1348]
Society
2.6.Folk dancing and singing [1349]
Folklore
2.7.Church [1350]
Society
2.8.Military service [1351]
Society
2.9.Interactions with neighbouring villages [1352]
Society
2.10.Ploughing [1353]
Work
2.11.Cart [1354]
Tools
2.12.House [1355]
Housing
2.13.Telling tales [1356]
Folklore
2.14.Fishing [1357]
Wildlife
2.15.Introduction of the informant [1358]
Аbout informants
2.16.Wedding [1359]
Lifecycle
2.17.Working bee [1360]
Society
2.18.Baptism [1361]
Lifecycle
2.19.Funeral [1362]
Lifecycle
2.20.Rituals for rain [1363]
Folklore
2.21.St. Lazarus' day and other holidays [1364]
Folklore
3.1.Cooking [1365]
Work
3.2.Kinship relations [1366]
Society
3.4.Slaughtering a hen [1367]
Food
3.5.Parts of the body [1368]
Anatomy
3.6.Loom [1369]
Tools
3.7.Yearn [1370]
Clothing
3.8.In the kitchen [1371]
Food
3.9.Fair [1372]
Society

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About the Transdanubian localities. Texts recorded in Transdanubian localities in 1962-1975. Audio recordings. Transcriptions. Dialectology.

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