Dialektologia

D-012

  • Owner: Euskarabidea-mediateka
  • Informant: Eugeni Haizeburu (1916), Juana Josefa Haizeburu (1921)
  • Researcher: Dorleta Goya Goenaga
  • Permission to query: Free
  • Permission to publish: Limited
  • Sound quality: Good
Towns Dialects Maps
Guip˙zcoa
Piece Time Summary
A04 00:13:20
00:15:12
When she was eight years old The Virgin appeared to her.
A03 00:12:00
00:13:20
She used to be looking after the cows. Also, during the time of the war.Later she worked as a shepherdess.
A02 00:05:00
00:12:00
Her father was the son of a single woman and he was brought up in another house. They had brought a boy and a girl to that house and in the end they both married (the parents of the speaker). The surname was given to them by the priest. One of them is also the daughter of a single woman and she got married at sixteen to the serving boy of the house where she was.
A01 00:00:00
00:05:00
One day when it was not raining she told her mother that she was going to go to school with the traditional shoes. Then it began to snow and, so as not to ruin her footwear, she went to school barefoot. The school period.Prayers and presents when she made her communion.She left school when she was twelve. At the age of eleven she went to Urnieta to the house of her uncle and aunt and there she went to school to Hernani. Later she returned to the farmhouse. The work there.The limestone was also made in the mountain.
A06 00:21:05
00:22:25
They would sell wood, but not coal.
A05 00:15:12
00:21:05
Her sister set up a hairdresserĺs in Tolosa and she went there to help her. Her other sister had a bar and later she spent eleven years there.After the war there were floods in Tolosa and the livestock was lost. The houses where they have lived in.
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D-012-A 22:00
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