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Folklore text examples in CSY RFN

Examples from folklore records, collected in Russian Far North in the 1950s, among local Central Siberian Yupik speakers (Chaplino Eskimos, «Уңазиӷмӣт», Ungazighmiit).

With suffix “-lek” (having sth)

Tale “Aghnaghaq”, sentence 4
Ю̄к нулӣлык ама панӣлык.
Yuuk nuliilek ama paniilek.
A man, having a wife and a daughter.

With possessive suffixes

Singular possessor

Sg P1 possessor, Sg possessum (my …)
Tale “Ataalgutkullghhik”, sentence 76
Ы̆нңа̄талъ панӣка пинӣнӷитуқ.
Enngaatall paniika piniinghituq.
My daughter is very bad (literally: not good).
Sg P2 possessor, Sg possessum (thy …)
Tale “Aghnaghaq uwiineghmeng ighhsaatalghi”, sentence 398
Кияӷнық, панигын игатаҳтуқ маңтагмың.
Kiyaghneq, panigen igataghhtuq mangtagmeng.
God[1], thy daughter desires to eat wale skin with blubber.
Sg P3 possessor, Sg possessum (his/her/its …)
Tale “Aghnaghaq”, sentence 5
Панӣга қыпҳӣгалңуқ.
Paniiga qepghhiigalnguq.
His daughter does not work.
Sg P3reflexive possessor, Sg possessum (his/her/its own …)
Tale “Sikiiggaq”, sentence 50
… сикӣгым панӣни пимакаңа: «…»
… sikiigem paniini pimakanga: “…”
… the ground squirrel told her own daugter: “…”

Plural possessor

Pl P3 possessor, Sg possessum (their …)
Tale “Aghnaghaq uwiineghmeng ighhsaatalghi”, sentence 5
Панӣгат уўӣныӷмың иҳся̄талӷи.
Paniigat uwiineghmeng ighhsaatalghi.
Their daughter refused to marry.

See also

Notes

[1]: «Кияӷнық» (Kiyaghneq) means literally “life”, it refers to a mythological being (Menovščikov 1968: 446, 447–448). Рубцова translates it here as “God”.

Index of cited tales

Aghnaghaq
«Аӷнаӷақ» (A girl), Рубцова 1954: 314–317, tale № 25.
Aghnaghaq uwiineghmeng ighhsaatalghi
«Аӷнаӷақ уўӣныӷмың иҳся̄талӷи» (A girl refusing to marry), Рубцова 1954: 174–202, tale № 13.
Ataalgutkullghhik
«Ата̄лгуткулъҳик» (Two cousins together), Рубцова 1954: 329–337, tale № 28.
Sikiiggaq
«Сикӣхақ» (Ground squirrel, suslik, Spermophilus Eversmanni), Рубцова 1954: 318–322, tale № 26.

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