Classical Mongolian by Alice Sárközi

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Emuneki asar degere pruyad. ] [eye + Inst] eyin leyin saran ~jebesii. Sg. Sg. ] [to see + AP] [Geser] [khan] drdsiyehi sedkll tdrdjil dolor-a-baneyin sedkirfln. -L. + SPM] [so] (to think + APl efinen rrridu minu etige Qormuslu tengri g u m q amltun-u [secretly] [earlier) [PP 1 Pr. ] [for] [PP 1 Pr. Sing. 1 edfigebi qayiyurul zigei jityl-doyan fasiyurajusququ [now) [PP 1 Pr. L. + SPM] [to indulge + AI] [to sit + . NFl . minu yuyurai buruytz bile kemen sedkiged bi ene [PP I Pr. Sg. 1 [to say + CC + AM] [to think AP] [PP 1 Pr.

However, in the light of our queen we do not used a torch at night. MUnggOIiln qatun can no1 be comparcd to her. Saying these words he went away. The saint lord took away the wife of the TayuEut jamuqa and lived together with her. h u q a has heard the words of Dordong and told to the lord: ''The wife of the Tanggut Siduryu khan, Gtirbeljin beauty, the daughter of Vangginai jangginai SeEen Nomitai is (more beautiful), than my wife, Mtinggillitn beauty. It is said, that in her light one does not need a torch even at night.

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