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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- 18.]
INDO-ARYAN FAMILY.                      (EASTERN GROUP.)
BENGALI OR BANGA-BEASHA.
WESTERN DIALECT, SAUAK! SUB-DIALECT.                                  (BANCHI DISTRICT.)
Ek        loker          du    beta  rake.     TThar    majhe    chhota    beta    bap-ke
One man's (of-mari) two    sons   had.     Them    among   younger    son  father-to
kallek,    <e     bap,       dauloter          Je           bhag       pamu     mui,   sei    bbag
said,    * Oh father,   of-property   that (the)   portion   wonld*get  /,     that portion
mo-ke  de.'     Se   uhar   majhe    daulat     bSta    kari   dilSk.   Thorek   diaer   bade
me    give.9   Se them   among property division doing gave.     Few     days   after
chhota     chhaoya   (chhawa)   sab   ekthiu    kari       an       muluk nijalgk.   Otha
younger                son              all together making different  country   went.   There
jaiyar   u kharap   kam  kariyar   urai   dilfek.   Se   sab    barbad  karlgk,        u
going  he    bad     deeds   doing        toasted.      Se   all  squandered-away,  (in) that
muluk    bhari     akal      ho-lek.    Uhar    kashta      hate-laglSk.    Ar    u    jaiyar
country    great famine   occurred.   Sis   difficulty    6egan-to-be.   And  he    going
u       muluker       ek      loker       achhray (asray)      railgk.      U      lok    ubi-ke
that    of-country     one     man's         in-protection         lived.    That   man     him
apanar    taire    fayair   charate   patbalSk.   Ar   ^uyair       ]c         gh^s     kLatek
his-own   to-field    swine    to-feed      sent.     And swine that (the)    husks      ate
sei     ghas    khaiyar   apanar     pet    bharutc   man-karlSk.   Kintu   keu     uha-ke
that   husks     eating    his-own  belly     to-fill       desired.      But any (body)   him
ditgk      nahi.     Ar     jabe        bujhte       parlek     u    ka'iiek,    'rnor     baper
ioould*give    not.    And   when  ^understand he-ooiild he     said,      * my   father's
kata       darma-aola(-waJa)      chakar    achhe,    era             fchabarlek            6
how-many              hired                servants     are,     they    (enough-far*) eating     and
aro     beSi    paSn,    ar    mui    bhukhe     morchhu.     Mui   utbiyar   mor   baper
still    more     get$    and    I     in»hmger   am*dymg.      I     arising   my father's
thin    jlmu,      ar    ta-ke     kaSmu,     •'bap,     mui    sarger    bahir      ar      tor
near   will-go,    and him-fo   will-say*   "father,    I    heaven's against   and of.thet
paie   pap       karichhu.            Ar   mui   tor     beta     kahabar         jaig   Da lagu.
near   sin    have-committed.      And   I     thy    son of*being*called worthy not   am.
Tor   darma-aola    ek      16k    chakarer   nibar   mo*ke   rakh/*1   Pechhu   uthiyav
Ihy      hired       one    man    servant's    like       me     Keep.9"    4fter    arising
uhar   baper    thinke gelek,    ar    u      phaiake         raite-i,     uhar    bap uha-ke
his  father's   near     went,   and  he   at-a-di$tance being-even,   his father    him
dekhte   palek,   ar          daya      kariyar   kudi-gelek ar     tots          dharlSk
to-see    got,    and    compassion   doing          ran      and    neck    caught-hold*of
ar    chum   khalftk.     Ar     beta uha-ke   kallek,     'bap,    mui   sarger     bahir,
and     kiss       ate;     And    son     him       said,   * father,    I    heaven's  against,