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Old 02-23-2009, 05:58 AM   #111
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"Chi si ti" - Who else uses this?
Chij si ti in shtipsko
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Old 02-23-2009, 06:22 AM   #112
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Chi si ti, or Chije si ti, Chija si ti. We also say 'Na koi si ti', or 'Od kai kur doide', well, the last one we reserve for Grkomani mostly, lol
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With regard to the words Bendisa and Kandisa, I am not aware of their use by the other Slavic languages, not even Bulgarian or Serbian.

Can you confirm this Makedonin?
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With regard to the words Bendisa and Kandisa, I am not aware of their use by the other Slavic languages, not even Bulgarian or Serbian.

Can you confirm this Makedonin?
Yep never heard of them in Bulg and Serb either.

Bulg always use Aresa as for Serb Svidja instead of Bendisa.

As for Kandisa they use variaty of words depending of the situation. But never heard the Kandisa word used by any of those two.
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'Od kai kur doide', well, the last one we reserve for Grkomani mostly, lol
We use that for Bulgs or 'Koj Kurats sakash be'

yep the versions for 'Chij si ti' as well 'Na koi si ti' are used over here as well.
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Interesting, I have heard Macedonians use Sfigya or Sviga also.

So the following seem to be unique Macedonian words from what we have searched thus far;

Glushets/Glufets (Mouse)
Bendisa (Fancy)
Kandisa (Convince)


Let's keep adding more.
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Old 02-23-2009, 07:07 AM   #117
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Interesting, I have heard Macedonians use Sfigya or Sviga also.
It could be Serbicism import used vastly in Macedonia in some occations.

But Bendisa is in deed unique and common used.

What about Dzunica ie. Ѕуница.

Is there some one who is using this one. It means rainbow.

It is vastly used in Eastern Macedonia. It has common Root for kind of Vibraiton, sound or light.

Example:

Zvuk
DZvzda
Zrak
Dzirka
etc. many such examples.

where as the sound DZ <> Ѕ being diftong is sometimes simplified and substituted with Z.


By the way, Bulgs and Serbs have no idea of what that word means.
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Old 02-23-2009, 07:18 AM   #118
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I'd have to ask the elders for that one, I don't recall hearing it.
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Is the word Chedo used by anybody other than the Macedonians and our Tatarised cousins in the east?
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well done som at last some words uniquely nashi. serbs say chedo i think.
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