Plătăréşti

General Data: Locality description, dialect classification, sound system, informants, fieldworkers
Plătăréşti
Photo:
Dana in front of her house (M. Ivaylova, 27.09.2012)
About the locality:
Fieldwork in 1974 established that over 80% of residents were Bulgarian but were losing their understanding of the Bulgarian language. Bulgarian presence dates from 1806–1814 and 1828–1834 (Roman, L. 1984: 138). Twenty-nine Bulgarian families (89 persons) came in 1828, twenty-five families in 1830 and eight families (26 persons) from Razgrad in 1834 (Велики, К. Н., В. Трайков 1980: 158, 244; (Романски, С. 1930: 432). The 1838 registry of the population records the presence of 70 “Serbian” households (Velichi, C. N. 1965: 113). At the end of the nineteenth century the village had 890 residents, mainly Bulgarians of a traditional mindset, who were earning a living in agriculture and construction. It is claimed that Bulgarians have inhabited Plătăreşti since the mid fourteenth century (Alessandrescu, C. 1892: 307–308). G. Weigand included the village in his atlas as a locality with Bulgarian population (Weigand, G. 1909: Map 67).
More about the locality:
Младенов, М. С. 1993: 42
Locality:
Plătăréşti, Călăráşi,
44.357° N, 26.365° 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:
Joiţa Cernea (66, f) was at school for one year
Petra Cristache (80, f)
Unknown (?, ?)
Rusa (?, f)
Fieldworkers:
Maxim Sl. Mladenov (1930-1992)
Mile Tomici (1938-)
Dialect Texts: Transcriptions (to be uploaded) and audio of the original recordings made on 25.05.1974
 Theme:
Type:
1.0.Date, locality, fieldworkers [1416]
1.1.Introduction of the informant [1417]
Аbout informants
1.2.Weaving [1418]
Clothing
1.3.St. Lazarus' day [1419]
Calendar
1.4.Rituals for rain [1420]
Folklore
1.5.Working bees [1421]
Society
1.6.Fasting [1422]
Calendar
1.7.Dairy [1423]
Food
1.8.Agriculture [1424]
Work
1.9.Bread [1425]
Food
1.10.Cooking [1426]
Food
1.11.Introduction of the informant [1427]
Аbout informants
1.12.Gardening [1428]
Work
1.13.Get-togethers with kin from Bulgaria [1429]
Society
1.14.Wheat [1430]
Work
1.15.Weaving [1431]
Clothing
1.16.Hemp [1432]
Cultivating plants
1.17.Growing melons [1433]
Cultivating plants
1.18.Poultry [1434]
Domestic animals
1.19.Observations on language [1435]
Language
1.20.Family and kin [1436]
Society
1.21.Christmas [1437]
Calendar
1.22.Baptism [1438]
Lifecycle
2.1.Domestic animals and poultry [1439]
Domestic animals
2.2.Vineyard, grapes and wine [1440]
Cultivating plants
2.3.Rituals for rain [1441]
Folklore
2.4.St. Lazarus' day and other holidays [1442]
Calendar
2.5.Working-bees [1443]
Society
2.6.Occupations in the past and now [1444]
Society
2.7.Wedding [1445]
Lifecycle
2.8.Deathbed and funeral rites [1446]
Lifecycle
2.9.Pickles [1447]
Food
2.10.Cabbage rolls [1448]
Food
2.11.Beans [1449]
Food
2.12.Kinship relations [1450]
Society
2.13.About Bulgarian tales and songs [1451]
Folklore
2.14.Travel to Bulgaria [1452]
Society
2.15.About the house [1453]
Housing

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

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