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Szilágysági dallamok

1. "Sirass, anyám, sirass,
míg előtted vagyok!
Azután ne sirass,
ha útnak indulok."
 
2. Megírták már nékem
az úticédulát.
Ne tapossam többé
az apám udvarát.
 
3. Az apám udvarát,
a nagy utcán a sárt.
Tapossam ezután
galambom udvarát.
 
~*~
 
1. Mikor tekerik a kontyot,
aláraknak minden gondot.
Mink is tekerjük a kontyot,
alárakunk minden gondot.
 
2. De szép az én babám szeme,
de szépen néz az emberre.
||: Hát még mikor kacsint véle,
hogy én majd' meghalok érte! :||
 
تم نشره بواسطة hajoseszterhajoseszter في الثلاثاء, 20/10/2020 - 13:42
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Tunes from the Szilágyság

1. "Weep for me, mother, weep for me,
while I'm in front of you!
Don't weep for me once
I set out of here."
 
2. They've finished writing
my walking ticket.1
In order to stop me from treading upon
my father's courtyard from now on.
 
3. My father's courtyard,
the mud on the big street.
For now on I'm supposed to tread upon
my dove's2courtyard.
 
~*~
 
1. When they're twisting a bun3
they're placing every trouble under it.
We're twisting the bun too,
we're placing every trouble under it.
 
2. Oh, how beautiful are the eyes of my darling
how nicely he can look at someone.
||: Especially when he's winking with them,
that can nearly kill me! :||
 
  • 1. A notice of discharge or dismissal.
    https://www.thefreedictionary.com/walking+papers
  • 2. It means "my love's", "my darling's".
  • 3. I think the change in her hairstyle implies that she's now married. In older times the way women wore their hair or how they dressed could indicate their marital status.
شكراً!
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تم نشره بواسطة alderalder في الخميس, 23/09/2021 - 13:41
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wisigothwisigoth    الخميس, 23/09/2021 - 15:29

Thank you, so quickly and nicely done! I especially appreciate the footnotes!!

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