Lexical words in Udihe

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Search: xe:le. 1 total hits in 1 transcripts.
The fox with ten tails (1)
“maŋmu uli-ni koŋ xe:le-li-gi-mi koŋ xuli-we-i koŋ e-be-mpei koŋ mugdaña-we koŋ e-se-i koŋ ise koŋ oño-ni tege-ni bi-mi koŋ.
Amur river-3SG REFR upper:stream-V-REP-INF REFR run-ACC-1SG REFR this-like-ADJ REFR stump-ACC REFR NEG-EXP-1SG REFR see REFR embroidered-3SG dress-3SG be-INF
Amur river-3ЕД REFR upper:stream-ГЛ-REP-INF REFR бежать-АКК-1ЕД REFR этот-любить-ПРИЛ REFR stump-АКК REFR НЕГ-EXP-1ЕД REFR видеть REFR embroidered-3ЕД платье-3ЕД быть-INF
«I have run everywhere through the upper reaches of the Amur, but haven’t seen such a tree stump in leather and in embroidered gown.
«Бегала я по всему верховью Амура, а такого пня из кожи да в расшитом халате никогда не видала.
In the word "mugdaña", mugda refers to 'stump’ while ña is a non-etymological syllable. The addition of such syllables is especially typical of the chants of fairy tale animals.