WBSTEHN DIALECT OF JfAKBHUM, 75
kintu ekhnS thora majadari kara ctahi, kenna tor ei bhai-ta mara
but now some merriment making foproper, because thy this brother dead
gelcjihila, aro blchla; harai-gelchhila aro, pawa-gelchbe/
was, cgam is-alive; was-lost agam^ has-been-found.'
In the following specimen,—-a statement of a person accused with theft, it is
necessary to draw attention to the manner in which it is attempted to represent a double
letter. This is done by adding a . Thus ba&e is pronounced boshshe, for basiya$
having sat down. So sudhydlyek is prouounced shuddhdllefa he (or they) enquired.
Again dilyek> is pronounced dille/:.