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  • #344936

    Anonymous

    Igramo polku, glazba nam svira     
    Kaj nam pak moreju
    Vužgi po bajsu, dosti je mira
    Kaj nam pak moreju

    Dignimo čaše u zdravlje naše
    Kaj nam pak moreju
    Kakav je da je, život nam paše
    Kaj nam pak moreju

    Igrame, pevame
    I pajdaše dobre sebi zoveme
    Igrame, pevame
    I do zore mi se doma ne dame

    Sulić Drago – Ivica Šerfezi i Ljupka Dimitrovska – Kaj nam pak moreju.flv

    I love the Kajkavian dialect. I can definitely see it as a transitional speech between Croatian ( Serbo-Croatian-Bosnian) and Slovenian though I think its more comprehensible to Croatian ( SCB) speakers than Slovene ones since syntax and grammar are more or less the same as standard. Some Kajkavian is really localized where even other Kajkavian speakers in Croatia can't understand them and its more comprehensible to Slovenes. The folklore and music really resembles our Slovene brothers though :)

    #407622

    Anonymous

    How would 'Kaj nam pak moreju' be written in Shtkovakian? And you're right, it is a nice song.

    #407623

    Anonymous
    Quote:
    How would 'Kaj nam pak moreju' be written in Shtkovakian? And you're right, it is a nice song.

    'Pа šta nam mogu' (?)

    – both are rhetorical questions.

    #407624

    Anonymous

    Nice song. Well concerning Kajkavian. I think its quite dialectically diverse right? Since there are some Kajkavians that are quite understandable while others have really extreme dialects like Bednjanski govor that Cvetinov showed not long ago. I swear Bednjanski govor must have some Hungar influence on accent, etc. altho they are not so near Hungary at all.

    #407625

    Anonymous

    Poetic Croatian folk song from the region of Međimurje, French cover

    "Vuprem oci" Pascale Scarabin-Delphine Chomel

    #407626

    Anonymous

    I like Kajkavian music but it's still a mistery how they got their hands on the Oberkrainer style. ;D Don't get me wrong, I think it's great. :)

    #407627

    Anonymous

    Kaj for Croatian main language!

    #407628

    Anonymous
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    Kaj for Croatian main language!

    Chakavian is actually autohtone Croatian dialect, Sthokavian and Kajkavian are also a part of Croatian language but are more connected and influenced to Slovenia and Serbia.

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