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Full text of "Linguistic Survey Of India Vol V Part I Indo Aryan Family Eastern Group"

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[No. 15.)
INDO-ARYAN FAMILY.                       (EASTERN GROUP.)
BENGALI OE BANGA-BEiSHA.
WlBTBEH DIALECT.                                                      (DHALBHfiM, SraaHBHTJM DlSTBICT.)
Ami    ek     din     ek       ga     jate-chhili;      jate           baner            majhu
I     one    day    one    village going-was;   ingoing    of-a-forest   in-the-midst
payli.      Sethe           ga-6                nai,         manush-6       naL      ]Bk-ta   bagher
I-foll.     There     village-also     (wa$)-not,     man-ateo   (was)-not.    A     of-tiger
moharay        parli.       Tar  par,        bagh    ama-ke        dekhe           dharte
Mhe-presenee   I-fell.   Of-thatafter>   the-tiger     me      having-seen      to-seize
klmjila.    Takban ami   karK    ki ?    Du-ta   patbar        dhari               phabralL
wished.       Then    I      did    whatf   Tm    stones   having-seised   l-threw-(them).
Takban    tar     mube     bajte,     bJtgh.-ta         baner.               dike              gagai
Then     his   efface   striking*   the-tiger  of-the-forest   in*the*direction    howling
gagai         palala*            Kicbbu       bilame     ragi      fcari*      bagb-ta      pber
howling         fled.         (Aftefysome    delay     anger   making* tfatiger     again
gliuri              asila.     Takban      bara        dar             lagila.              Takban
having-returned     came.       Then       great       fear,    overcame* (me).       Then
kantben-haite        du-ta      lok       amar        kachbS        pabuchala.   Takhan   se
sowe-place-frow       two   persons    of-me  in-the-vicinity     arrived.      Then   that
bagb,        tin              lok       kuhar     dite,            dare            danre       baner
tiger*   (we)-three    persons     shQut    giving,   being*afraid    running   of-the-forest
dike           palala.     Tar      par        tin            lok         6k       sange     jate,
in-the-direction   fled.   Of-that   after   (we)-three  persons  (intone company going
jate,     kbanek      dhur       jate,      ek-ta bbaluker      moharay    parli,  Bhaluk-ta
going*       some    distance    going,       a    of-bear  in»the-presence fell.    The-bear
amara-ke      dekhe      «ha   ha*      kari    amara-ke   dabrate    aschhila.    Takhan
us      having-seen    *h&   hd*   saying        w         to-tear      came.        Then
amara    tin           lok      thega         dhari,                bhune           pitte;    lagli.
we     three     persons     clnbs   having-seized,    on«the-ground    to~beat.   began.
Tathe-o      jakban    na       gela,        takhan        bara-gaehhe      amaya    tia
At-that-even     when     not    he-went^       then       on-a-great-tree      we     three
loke      uthali    Takhan   bhaluk-ta   amadige   khuje     ,    khu$      idike   udike
persons   climbed.     Then     the-bear       us      searching    searching   hither thither
jate      lagla.     Jakhan   amara-ke      pala         nai,      takhan           ban^bate
to-go     began.      When         us       he-found      not$       then       on~the<forest-road
chale           gela.         Tar       tuku      bai     amara       namhi               bate
having-gone    he-went.    Of-that   a*little   after      we   havrng-descwded    on-road