Orreaga Ibarra


  • Recording date: 1990-10-9
  • Owner: Euskarabidea-mediateka
  • Informant: Cándido Narváez, Julia Goyenaga.
  • Researcher: Orreaga Ibarra
  • Main theme: A: questionnaire (vocabulary: pig, agriculture, mountain). B: free conversation (sheperds), questionnaire (phonetics).
  • Permission to query: Free
  • Permission to publish: Limited
  • Sound quality: Good
Towns Dialects Maps
Piece Time Summary
B02 00:03:28
The word “entregu” (capable, skilled). Spring. To wash. Sharp knife. Furrow. Stinging nettles. Hoe. Handle. A mountain, I have seen an ox. A mountain. There is not a clean village. Who has arrived? Who lives here? We have arrived. A cow. A field. Girlfriend. A head. A mouse. A cat. Clear The sky is clear. The summer is over. Where did he have for dinner? Where did Pedro stay? Where did Maria appear? Where did we end up? Some men. A Christian. A night. A child. A pretty house. We were talking and the television turned itself off all of a sudden. How many rabbits are there? Not even one. What is two and two? How many are coming today? They are resting because they are tired. How many of us are there? Who did that? Me, at least. If we had money, we would buy a house. He knows as well. We do, you (sing.) do. Who knows? Who is bringing those things? Do not do anything. It is four o’clock. They are big. We are the best. We are people. We are from this house. Doubtlessly. We are young. We have no wine.
B01 00:00:00
Once, a long time ago, he won a sheepdog trial. The dog needs to be from the area to be good. What a “burute” is. Misfortune at home.
A02 00:26:06
Cándido was a shepherd and had a very good dog. What the dog did and how Cándido trained it.
A01 00:00:00
Questionnaire about lexicon. To call pigs: kix-kix. Slaughtering the pig. The person that kills the pig. Knife to kill the pig. “Birika”. Kidneys. Lard. Membrane covering the liver: guts. “Kostilla”. Cecum. Big, ugly, blood sausage. Trotters. Backbone. Fat and lean bacon. Honeysuckle: plant that grows in the middle of the potato crop. Swing. Spine. Insubstantial. Ear. Bile. Guts. Dirty water, fast-flowing water. Small shepherd. Pool in the woods with mud. Pear. Crag. Turf. Rake. Smoke. Hundred. To measure. Importance, care. To remember. Crest. Broody hen. To incubate. Egg shell. Egg yoke and egg white. Run, stable. To call the hens: puuurra-puuuuurra. To scare the hens away: uuux. Sheepdog. To encourage the dogs: ax-ax, axale.
Track Time Listen to file
I-027-A 31:29
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I-027-B 20:12
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