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|Issue Date:||25 Sep 2015|
|Description:||Genre: Ritual language (Pa'e). Title: I returned to Dhure (Mbako, Teo domain), this time with Offie, a friend from kampong Nara, to record Siu again. He had also learned the legend Pio Pikariwu from Ngange Dhu'ane (Nara), like Aloysius Sinde Pima (Lidi). Siu's tale is shorter, not as rich in events, but his Pa'e (ritual language), here naming the villages around Palu'e, is almost complete and good. It is actualy Pio (in the tale) that names the existing villages with the places adat names (to be adat names). He forgot his own village though, which is told in a separate file. Also, people name these places a little different, because they are from different villages, and perhaps are mistaken. They also reverse the order of mentioned places in adat names, which is less a problem. This file is different from the other files in the first archiving set, in that it contains only the Pa'e (ritual language), Pio's naming of villages. It is cut from the longer recording of the tale in which Pio names all of Palu'es villages. I have not translated the adat village names, and only translated the first sentences of asking and answering, because they are repetitive, and the last sentences. Recorded by SD with the AT 2020 mic, late morning 25 Sept 2015, inside Siu's house, just the three /with Offie) of us present.|
|Appears in Collections:||Stefan Danerek Collection - Palu'e Audio|
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