Contionary:arzgėdimiuoke

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Pomorian

Alternative forms

gėdimjuoke - in Western dialects
dzidymike - in Eastern dialects
gėďuke - usually used referring to a young person who learns and practices folk singing

Etymology

From Old Pomorian arzgaidimjawākes, from gaidā (“folk song”) which Modern Pomorian arzgėdimi (“folk song collection”) derived from.

Pronunciation

/ɑrz.geː.dɪm.ˈjuô.kɛ/

Noun

arzgėdimjuõke m 1st declension

  1. folk music bard who usually performs in the streets with a box zither called kąklio
    bė stotų arzgėdimiuokum bętinė įti lėpadžylių galså - in order to become a folk bard one must have a melodic voice.
    arzgėdimiuoko kąklio - folk bard's box zither

Declension