Lexical words in Udihe

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Search: masafa. 1 total hits in 1 transcripts.
An old woman and her tiger cub (1)
masafa eme-gi:-we-ni {tigra} xokto agda-di-ni ti:-si: ti:-si: {tigra}, teuncele:-ni ikteme-le:-ni müö-le-ni, müö-le-ni ikteme-le:-ni, müö-le-ni, o-lo-ni.
old:man come-REP.PRES.PTC-ACC-3SG {tiger} trail middle-DAT-3SG be:in:wait.PRES.PTC be:in:wait.PRES.PTC {tiger} pounce.PST-3SG bite-V.PST-3SG neck-LOC-3SG neck-LOC-3SG bite-V.PST-3SG neck-LOC-3SG here-LOC-3SG
старик прийти-REP.PRES.ПРИЧ-АКК-3ЕД {tiger} trail середина-ДАТ-3ЕД be:in:wait.PRES.ПРИЧ be:in:wait.PRES.ПРИЧ {tiger} pounce.ПРОШ-3ЕД кусать-ГЛ.ПРОШ-3ЕД neck-ЛОК-3ЕД neck-ЛОК-3ЕД кусать-ГЛ.ПРОШ-3ЕД neck-ЛОК-3ЕД здесь-ЛОК-3ЕД
When he was on the journey, he came upon a tiger waiting for him in the middle of the road. The tiger attacked him and bit him on the neck, here.
Когда старик возвращался, на середине тропы его подкарауливал тигр, тигр набросился и укусил его в шею, вот сюда.
"Masafa" is a slip of the tongue instead of the expected mafasa 'old man'.