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Long Narrative Songs from the Mongghul of Northeast Tibet

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Gerald Roche
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Li Dechun

4. The Song of the Dildima Bird

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1If asked to provide a translation for ‘dildima bird’ into Chinese, some Mongghuls will say yuanyang, the term for the mandarin duck, but others cannot give a Chinese name for it. Instead, they describe it as a small bird that has a cockscomb on its head and a body covered in red, white and black feathers that is seen in the Seven Valleys in summer.

2In the past, Mongghul women had a low position in their husband’s home. Once a woman married, she lived with his family, including his parents, brothers, sisters, and, if the brothers were married, their wives and children. Only if the family became too large, and the household split, did she finally live in her ‘own’ home. In such cases, the old household usually belonged to the husband’s youngest brother, who continued living with his parents. Only when the woman moved into her newly built house, and out of her husband’s parents’ house, was she free from her mother-in-law’s surveillance and control.

3While a woman still lived with her husband’s extended family, her daily schedule was regulated by her mother-in-law, who might ask her, for example, to go cut livestock fodder; to fetch water from a spring or river; to cook for the family, even stipulating what should be cooked, and how; to carry manure from the stable out of the household compound; to work in the fields; and to do all the chores around the house. If the mother-in-law was happy with her daughter-in-law’s performance, she would allow her to visit her parents often and to stay with them longer, but if not, such ‘privileges’ were withheld. The mother-in-law also decided to buy clothes for her yearly, and if the mother-in-law was unhappy or mistreated her, she would not be allowed to get new clothes, or would receive less than usual.

4The following folktale exemplifies the stereotypical relationship between a Monggghul woman and her mother-in-law (Limusishiden and Stuart 2011:174-76).

The Qeo Family Girl
Told by Changminjii (Mongghul)

5There was a mother whose daughter married and then went to live with her husband’s family in a distant village. The mother missed her daughter very much after she left, and finally asked her youngest son to bring her daughter back home as soon as possible for a visit.

6The youngest son went to the mother-in-law’s home with a white horse and a piece of white felt draped over the back of the horse. The youngest son said to his sister’s mother-in-law, ‘I’ve come to bring my sister to visit my mother. Please let my sister visit my home.’

7The mother-in-law replied, ‘She cannot go home to visit her mother because the piles of manure in our twelve mu of fields have not been leveled. Once they are leveled, she will have time to visit.’ The youngest son disappointedly returned home.

8Some days later, the youngest son visited the mother-in-law’s home again and said, ‘Today, I have come on a white horse with a piece of white felt across its back to take my sister home. My mother desperately wants to see her, and she promises to let her return to your home as soon as possible. Please let her come visit.’

9The mother-in-law said, ‘Yes, she has finished leveling manure on the twelve mu of fields, but we did not dig the lumps of earth from the twelve mu of fields. She can go visit when she finishes digging all of them.’

10In low spirits, the youngest son returned home.

11One month later, the youngest son came again and said to the mother-in-law, ‘Today I come again with a while horse and a piece of white felt draped over the horse’ s back to take my sister home. I beg you to please allow my sister to visit my home and see my mother. We will ensure she returns soon.’

12The mother-in-law said, ‘She cannot go today for she has not burned the lumps of soil on the twelve mu of land. We are going to use the burned lumps of dirt as fertilizer on our twelve mu of land. If we don’t burn them, we’ll have no food to eat next year. Once she finishes burning them, she can visit your home.’

13The youngest son returned home again.

14A month later, the youngest son came again, bringing the white horse with a piece of white felt draped over its back. He said to the mother-in-law, ‘I have come to take my sister.’

15The mother-in-law said, ‘She has not finished leveling the burned piles of dirt. She can go visit her mother once she finishes this work.’

16The youngest brother was filled with indignation but could only, again, return home without his sister.

17Another month passed, and the youngest brother came again, leading the white horse with a piece of white felt draped over its back. He said again that he had come to take his sister home.

18The mother-in-law said, ‘She has not finished spreading the crushed earth over the twelve mu of land. Once she finishes this, I will let her visit your home.’

19Without any success, the youngest brother returned home again.

20Some days later, the youngest brother came again and said, ‘She has spread the burned earth on the fields, so may she come visit her mother now?’

21The mother-in-law said, ‘We did not finish planting rapeseed on the twelve mu of land. Once that is done, I will let her visit her parents’ home.’

22The youngest brother sorrowfully returned home once again.

23The daughter-in-law went to the fields, and in a short time she easily scattered rapeseed on the twelve mu of fields. The sown seed then sprouted.

24Later the youngest brother came to take his sister, leading his white horse.

25The mother-in-law said, ‘She cannot visit her parents’ home now, for she has not harvested the rapeseed from the twelve mu of fields. Once she does that, I will allow her to visit.’

26The youngest brother despairingly returned home as before. The Qeo family girl went to the fields to harvest the rapeseed, crying sadly. Magpies and pigeons noticed this, flew close to her, and said, ‘You need not cry, we have come to help you now.’ They very soon helped her collect all the seed, and then they flew away.

27Then the youngest brother came to take his sister to see her mother, again bringing the white horse with a piece of white felt draped over its back. This time, the mother-in-law agreed that she could visit but stipulated, ‘It’s all right, you can go home, but you have to return tomorrow. And you have to come back with three pairs of shoes sewn for each member of our family during the time you are at your parents’ home.’ The Qeo family girl had to promise that she would do this.

28When she reached her parents’ home, she immediately started sewing shoes. The time flew by so fast that she wished she could tie the sun with a thread to hold it in the sky. After a day and a night, she finally finished making three pairs of shoes for each of the members of her mother-in-law’s home. The next day, she delayed a little before she reached her mother-in-law’s home.

29This angered the mother-in-law, who ferociously scolded her, and the father-in-law and her husband’s younger brother beat her. Finally, her husband’s younger brother’s wife beat her to death with a broom.

30Later, the Qeo family girl’s husband returned home accompanied by a large mounted retinue, for he was returning home in triumph after passing the examination to become a Number One Scholar. When he rode near the rear of his parents’ home, a bird flew very near him. He then wondered if disaster had befallen his wife.

31The retinue reached the front gate, but no one dismounted. The young man’s father came to receive him, but he did not dismount. Instead, he said, ‘Please ask the Qeo family girl to come receive me. Only she can make me dismount at once.’

32Then his mother came to receive him. Her son said, ‘I do not want to dismount unless the Qeo family girl receives me.’

33His younger brother came to receive him, and he told him the same thing.

34Then his younger brother’s wife came to receive him, and he told her the same thing.

35Finally, his younger sister came to receive him and said, ‘Old brother, Old brother, now your younger sister has come to receive you, so please dismount.’

36The Qeo family girl’s husband said, ‘Ah, I won’t dismount if you come to receive me. I want only the Qeo family girl to receive me. Once she receives me, I will dismount immediately.’

37His younger sister said, ‘Old Brother, Old Brother, how can we let the Qeo family girl come here? Mother scolded her, father and elder brother beat her, and finally sister-in-law beat her to death soon after she returned from her parents’ home. Then she was buried in the plow furrows in the field behind the house over there. Please go see.’

38The young man then pulled his wife’s corpse out from the plow furrows in the piles of earth in the field behind his home. He sorrowfully cremated the corpse and collected her ashes and bones in a small wooden box. He then turned his horse and slowly rode away.

39In the twenty-first century the position of Mongghul women has improved, following social development, modernization, and globalization. After finishing nine years of compulsory education, some girls go on further studies and finally get official jobs. Others do not continue schooling, but go to Xining or other cities to find employment and start an urban life. Such socially and physically mobile young women typically prefer to find their own husbands, and so arranged marriage has mostly disappeared. Furthermore, it is increasingly common for young couples to set up their own home rather than living with their extended family. And, even in the rare cases where such residency patterns continue, the greater opportunities for mobility open to women today mean that the power of mothers-in-law to control their daughters-in-law has greatly decreased.

40Before this change of women’s fortunes, if a Mongghul woman was mistreated by her mother-in-law she would most likely think of the The Song of the Dildima Bird. This song was mostly sung by women whenever they felt sad in their husband’s home. However, men also sang it when they were drinking together, an occasion when men displayed the breadth and flexibility of their musical repertoire. In this song, a daughter-in-law relates her woes to a dildima bird, and asks the bird to relate her story to her parents. She describes the difficult work she must do, complains of mistreatment by her mother-in-law, and describes how degraded her once beautiful wedding clothes have become since arriving in her parents-in-laws’ home. In keeping with the melancholycontent of the song, the melody is slow and sad.

Dildima Xau
登登玛秀
The Song of the Dildima Bird

Listen to an audio recording of the song at https://archive.org/​details/​DildimaXau

41Shdenu sghaudu ni, nige jur kungedu mulaa sulaa guiguna. Ghuilanaa tingere ghajarnu ughua giji ghuirlasannu huino xjunge irejiguna. Xjun ni shge ulaanu, awii amii ni hulo naamaidu ghadin gharghaadiijiiguna. Ne xjunnu ghadin aama ni nganaa gula qiidag waiguna, xjun lii ujegu jublongnu ujeenu buraajiiguna, nuduu nimpusinaa hghu turoji qalginiiguna. Niguudurgedu, ne fii turo shdaaghu yerila xjiiguna, ne juure hamnong ghajarsa nesiji iresan dildima xaungenu sgejiiguna. Xaunu sgegu hamnong awii amiinaa ixida sanaadijiiguna, xaunu nausan gula ulaan ulaan yama tigii jublong aadal ulaaniigunaa dailaji awii amiidunaa ugonge kurgeelghaja. Te daulagu ni:

42从前,有对夫妻,他俩偀无儿无女。后来他们拜天求地才得了一个女儿。女儿长大后,父母把她嫁到了很远很远的地方。她的婆婆非常恶毒,使侘她受尽了苦难,委屈的泪水只能往肚子里咽。有一天,他到林子里打柴,看到了从娘家那里飞来的登登玛鸟,顿时,思亲之情更加迫切,禁不住失声大哭。她给登登玛鸟唱诉在婆家受尽的苦难和心中无处诉说的委屈,让登登玛鸟给她的父母捎个口信倵,盼望父母能来看望她一下。她唱到:

43In the past there was a childless couple. They prayed to Buddha to have a child, and finally they had a girl. When the girl had grown up, her parents married her into a family that lived far away. Her mother-in-law was a vicious woman who treated her badly, so the girl suffered greatly and cried every day. One day, she went to collect firewood in a forest where she saw a bird that had flown from her parents’ hometown. Seeing the bird, she missed her parents and her home deeply. She cried sadly and asked the bird to take a message to her parents. Then, she sang this song:

44Dildima xau,
Zandan fiiregu dildima xau,
Hamnong rogdugu dildima xau,
Munu hamnong hudu hulawa,
Bu awii amiinaa sanani.

45登登玛秀,
檀香林中的登登玛秀,
娘家飞来的登登玛秀,
遥远的地方有我的家,
至爱的双亲被我牵挂。

46Dildima bird,
The dildima bird in the sandalwood,
The dildima bird flew here from my parents’hometown.
Their home is so far away,
I miss my parents very much.

47Dildima xau,
Qi munu hamnong xjigu niu?
Qi munu hamnong xjisamba,
Qi munu awiidu kile joo,
Qi munu amiidu kile joo.

48登登玛秀,
去我阿爸阿妈身边吗?
到我阿爸阿妈身边时,
给我的阿爸捎个口信,
给我的阿妈捎个口信。

49Dildima bird,
Will you fly to my parents’ home?
If you will fly there,
Please take a message to my father,
Please take a message to my mother.

50Dildima xau,
Tigii hulodu kurgeeja,
Hara jublongnu ujenii,
Awii amiinaa sanaanu,
Munu nimpusi hoo xjija.

51登登玛秀,
把我嫁到了遥远的婆家,
遥远的婆家我受苦受累,
远方的父母让我思念,
思念的泪水早已苦干。

52Dildima bird,
I have been married off to a faraway place,
I have been treated very badly by my mother-in-law,
I have missed my parents,
And cried until I had no more tears to shed.

53Dildima xau,
Tigii hulo ghajardu,
Ghadim tenunge gharaanu,
Awii amiinaa lii sgeni,
Sgilnu ugoge lii sunurdani.

54登登玛秀,
在那样遥远地方,
遇了个蛮横的婆婆,
见不到慈祥的父母,
听不到父母的呼唤。

55Dildima bird,
I am living far away,
I have a vicious mother-in-law,
I cannot see my mother,
And I cannot hear any words from my parents.

56Dildima xau,
Ghadimdu aadal ulaasamba,
Sgoodal muxgha nailanii,
Durdundu shdaaghundu xjisamba,
Rgoosi hurinu tamdilina.

57登登玛秀,
在婆婆家过日子时,
天天受婆母的打骂,
没日没夜逼我拾柴,
柴刺划破了我的手。

58Dildima bird,
Every day in my mother-in-law’s home,
Every day I am beaten and scolded,
Every day I am asked to collect firewood,
And black thorns hurt my hands.

59Dildima xau,
Ghadimdu aadal ulaasamba,
Jublong shgedu dawaaxja,
Bu aasinu joodalnu joonii joo,
Bu mauxinuu idexinge idenii joo.

60登登玛秀,
在婆婆家过日子时,
受尽了非人的待遇,
我干的是重活累活,
我吃的是猫食猪食。

61Dildima bird,
I spend my life in my mother-in-law’s home
Where I suffer inhuman treatment,
Do heavy work,
And eat food fit for a cat.

62Dildima xau,
Bu ghadim gharigu qagduni,
Joosan niudaar xiniwa,
Xuri herge mologwa,
Ujegundu kidinge saihanna!

63登登玛秀,
当我刚出家的时候,
戴的纽达尔是新的,
纽达尔珍珠圆圆的,
戴在头上多么好!

  • 1 A traditional Mongghul woman’s headdress; its use was forbidden under the reign of the Ma family w (...)

64Dildima bird,
When I set out from my parents’home
The niudaar1 headdress that I wore was brand new,
The coral beads on the headdress were round,
How beautiful it was to wear on my head!

65Dildima xau,
Niudur malang kurisa,
Niudaar tenu logge gua,
Niudaar munu buraawaanu,
Gowii tendunge kurja joo.

66登登玛秀,
现如今的日子里啊,
戴的纽达尔没样了,
纽达尔破得不像了,
仅剩纽达尔骨架了。

67Dildima bird,
Butnow
My headdress is shapeless,
My headdress is shabby,
Only the frame of my headdress remains.

68Dildima xau,
Qi munu hamnong xjigula,
Qi munu awiidu kile joo,
Qi munu amiidu kile joo,
Ndaa nige ujela ire gi joo.

69登登玛秀,
你回到我的娘家时,
给我的阿爸捎句话,
给我的阿妈捎句话,
让他们抽空来看我。

70Dildima bird,
When you return to my parents’home
Please tell my father,
Please tell my mother,
Please ask them to come here and visit me.

71Dildima xau,
Bu ghadim gharigu qagdu ni,
Niudaar sajog xiniwa,
Sajog tenu qijig maduwa,
Ujegundi kidinge saihanna!

72登登玛秀,
当我刚出嫁的时候,
纽达尔穗子是新的,
穗子如花朵·般鲜艳,
纽达尔穗子多好看!

73Dildima bird,
When I set out from my parents’home
The tassels on my headdress were new,
So new, they were just like beautiful flowers,
How beautiful they were!

74Dildima xau,
Niudur malang kurisa,
Sajog tenu logge gua,
Sajog munu buraawaanu,
Guduur tendunge kurijia joo.

75登登玛秀,
现如今的日子里啊,
纽达尔穗子难看了,
纽达尔穗子损坏了,
穗子仅剩下穗球了。

76Dildima bird,
But now
The tassels on my headdress are ugly,
The tassels on my headdress are broken,
Only the balls on the tassels are left.

77Dildima xau,
Qi munu hamnong xjigula,
Qi munu awiidu kile joo,
Qi munu amiidu kile joo,
Ndaa nige ujela ire joo.

78登登玛秀,
你回到我的娘家时,
给我的阿爸捎句话,
给我的阿妈捎句话,
让他们抽空来看我。

79Dildima bird,
When you return to my parents’home
Please tell my father,
Please tell my mother,
Ask them to come here and visit me.

80Dildima xau,
Bu ghadim gharigu qagdu ni,
Niudaar naayan xiniwa,
Naayan tenu pugiliiwa,
Ujegundu kidinge saihanna!

81登登玛秀,
当我刚出嫁的时候,
纽达尔纳彦是新的,
纽达尔纳彦囫囵的,
纽达尔纳彦多好看!

82Dildima bird,
When I set out from my parents’ home
The inverted copper cups on my headdress were new,
The inverted copper cups on my headdress were complete,
How beautiful they were!

83Dildima xau,
Niudur malang kurisa,
Naayan tenu logge gua,
Naayan munu sajiraawaanu,
Jamtog tendunge kurija joo.

84登登玛秀,
现如今的日子里啊,
纽达尔那彦难看了,
纽达尔那彦损坏了,
那彦仅剩了半截了。

85Dildima bird,
But now
The inverted copper cups on my headdress are ugly,
The inverted copper cups on my headdress are broken,
Only half the inverted copper cups on my headdress remain.

86Dildima xau,
Qi munu hamnong xjigula,
Qi munu awiidu kile joo,
Qi munu amiidu kile joo,
Ndaa nige ujela ire joo.

87登登玛秀,
你回到我的娘家时,
给我的阿爸捎句话,
给我的阿妈捎句话,
让他们抽空来看我。

88Dildima bird,
When you return to my parents’home,
Please tell my father,
Please tell my mother,
Please ask them to come here and visit me.

89Dildima xau,
Bu ghadim gharigu qagdu ni,
Joosan xangdi xiniwa,
Xangdi tenu pugiliiwa,
Ujegundu kidinge sahanna!

90登登玛秀,
当我刚出嫁的时候,
头上的向斗是新的,
头上的向斗完整的,
戴在头上多么好看!

91Dildima bird,
When I set out from my parents’ home
The small bun on my headdress was new,
The small bun on my headdress was complete,
How beautiful it was!

92Dildima xau,
Niudur malang kurisa,
Xangdi tenu logge gua,
Xangdi munu buraawaanu,
Nudu tendunge kurija joo.

93登登玛秀,
现如今的日子里啊,
头上的向斗难看了,
头上的向斗损坏了,
向斗只剩下圆孔了。

94Dildima bird,
But now
The small bun on my headdress is ugly,
The small bun on my headdress is broken,
Only the tips of the small bun on my headdress remain.

95Dildima xau,
Qi munu hamnong xjigula,
Qi munu awiidu kile joo,
Qi munu amiidu kile joo,
Ndaa nige ujela ire joo.

96登登玛秀,
你回到我的娘家时,
给我的阿爸捎句话,
给我的阿妈捎句话,
让他们抽空来看我。

97Dildima bird,
When you return to my parents’ home,
Please tell my father,
Please tell my mother,
Please ask them to come here and visit me.

98Dildma xau,
Bu ghadim gharigu qagdu ni,
Xangdi huloosi xiniwa,
Huloosi teni batiwa,
Ujegundu kindinge saihanna!

99登登玛秀,
当我刚出嫁的时候,
向斗的发髻是新的,
向斗的发髻是硬的,
硬的发髻多好看!

100Dildima bird,
When I set out from my parents’ home
The hair tie was new,
The hair tie was long,
How beautiful the long hair tie was!

101Dildima xau,
Niudur malang kurisa,
Huloosi tenu logge gua,
Huloosi munu tasiraawaanu,
Huloosi tendunge kurija joo.

102登登玛秀,
现如今的日子里啊,
向斗的发髻难看了,
向斗的发髻损坏了,
损坏到发髻旁边了。

103Dildima bird,
But now
The hair tie is ugly,
The hair tie is damaged,
The hair tie is damaged right down to the base.

104Dildima xau,
Qi munu hamnong xjigula,
Qi munu awiidu kile joo,
Qi munu amiidu kile joo,
Ndaa nige ujela ire joo.

105登登玛秀,
你回到我的娘家时,
给我的阿爸捎句话,
给我的阿妈捎句话,
让他们抽空来看我。

106Dildima bird,
When you return to my parents’ home
Please tell my father,
Please tell my mother,
Please ask them to come here and visit me.

107Dildima xau,
Bu ghadin gharigu qagdu ni,
Joosan nogdoo xiniwa,
Nogdoo tenu ilanwa,
Ujegundu kidinge saihanna!

108登登玛秀,
当我刚出嫁的时候,
头上的发套是新的,
头上的发套蓝蓝的,
戴在头上多么好看!

109Dildima bird,
When I set out from my parents’ home
The strap that fastened my headdress was new,
The strap that fastened my headdress was blue,
How beautiful was the strap that fastened my headdress!

110Dildima xau,
Niudur malang kurisa,
Nogdoo tenu logge gua,
Nogdoo munu buraawaanu,
Fuyaasar tendunge kurija joo.

111登登玛秀,
现如今的日子里啊,
头上的发套难看了,
头上的发套损坏了,
发套损坏到系绳了。

112Dildima bird,
But now
The strap on my headdress is ugly,
The strap on my headdress is damaged,
The strap is damaged right down to the base.

113Dildima xau,
Qi munu hamnong xjigula,
Qi munu awiidu kile joo,
Qi munu amiidu kile joo,
Ndaa nige ujela ire joo.

114登登玛秀,
你回到我的娘家时,
给我的阿爸捎句话,
给我的阿妈捎句话,
让他们抽空来看我。

115Dildima bird,
When you return to my parents’home
Please tell my father,
Please tell my mother,
Please ask them to come here and visit me.

116Dildima xau,
Bu ghadim ghargu qagdu ni,
Joosan suuge xiniwa,
Mengu suuge gergeljana,
Ujegundu kidinge saihanna!

117登登玛秀,
当我刚出嫁的时候,
戴的耳坠儿是新的,
耳坠儿银光闪闪的,
在耳垂上多么好看!

118Dildima bird,
When I set out from my parents’home,
The earrings I wore were new,
The earrings were shiny,
How beautiful they were!

119Dildima xau,
Niudur malang kurisa,
Suuge tenu logge gua,
Suuge solosi buraawanu,
Suuge tolghuidu kurija joo.

120登登玛秀,
现如今的日子里啊,
戴的耳环没样子了,
耳环的穗子损坏了,
耳坠仅剩下耳环了。

121Dildima bird,
But now
The earrings are ugly,
Their tassels are broken,
And only the base of the earrings remains.

122Dildima xau,
Qi munu hamnong xjigula,
Qi munu awiidu kile joo,
Qi munu amiidu kile joo,
Ndaa nige ujela ire joo.

123登 登 玛 秀,
你 回 到 我 的 娘 家 时 ,
给 我 的 阿 爸 捎 句 话 ,
给 我 的 阿 妈 捎 句 话 ,
让 他 们 抽 空 来 看 我 。

124Dildima bird,
When you return to my parents’ home
Please tell my father,
Please tell my mother,
Please ask them to come here and visit me.

125Dildima xau,
Bu ghadim gharigu qagdu ni,
Mosisan wangxir xiniwa,
Turghu wangxir gergeljana,
Ujegundu kidinge saihanna!

126登登玛秀,
当我刚出嫁的时候,
穿的缎袍子是新的,
绸缎袍子亮晶晶的,
穿在身上多么好看!

127Dildima bird,
When I set out from my parents’ home
The satin robe I wore was new,
The satin robe I wore was shining,
How beautiful it was!

128Dildima xau,
Niudur malang kurisa,
Wangxir tenu logge gua,
Wangxir munu tasiraanu,
Ghadarsa tudordu kurija joo.

129登登玛秀,
现如今的日子里啊,
身上的袍子没样了,
穿的缎袍子烂完了,
从面子烂到里子了。

130Dildima bird,
But now
The satin robe is ugly,
The satin robe is worn out,
The satin robe has worn down to the lining.

131Dildima xau,
Qi munu hamnong xjigula,
Qi munu awiidu kile joo,
Qi munu amiidu kile joo,
Ndaa nige ujela ire joo.

132登登玛秀,
你回到我的娘家时,
给我的阿爸捎句话,
给我的阿妈捎句话,
让他们抽空来看我。

133Dildima bird,
When you return to my parents’ home
Please tell my father,
Please tell my mother,
Please ask them to come here and visit me.

134Dildima xau,
Bu ghadim gharigu qagdu ni,
Puseelesan pusee xiniwa,
Tolghuidii pusee alagwa,
Ujegundu kindinge saihanna!

135登登玛秀,
当我刚出嫁的时候,
勒着的腰带是新的,
达博的腰带花花的,
勒在腰间多么好看!

136Dildima bird,
When I set out from my parents’home
The embroidered sash I wore was new,
The embroidered sash was beautiful,
How beautiful it was!

137Dildima xau,
Niudur malang kurisa,
Pusee tenu logge gua,
Pusee munu tasiraanu,
Tolghui tendunge kurija joo.

138登登玛秀,
现如今的日子里啊,
勒的腰带没样子了,
达博的腰带烂完了,
一头烂到另一头了。

139Dildima bird,
But now
The embroidered sash is ugly,
The embroidered sash is worn out,
The embroidered sash is worn out from one end to the other.

140Dildima xau,
Qi munu hamnong xjigula,
Qi munu awiidu kile joo,
Qi munu amiidu kile joo,
Ndaa nige ujela ire joo.

141登登玛秀,
你回到我的娘家时,
给我的阿爸捎句话,
给我的阿妈捎句话,
让他们抽空来看我。

142Dildima bird,
When you return to my parents’home
Please tell my father,
Please tell my mother,
Please ask them to come here and visit me.

143Dildima xau,
Bu gadim gharigu qagdu ni,
Mosisan hurmii xiniwa,
Buyere ghurge bau sauja,
Ujegundu kidinge saihanna!

144登登玛秀,
当我刚出嫁的时候,
穿的红裙子是新的,
大红的裙子红彤彤,
穿在身上多么好看!

145Dildima bird,
When I set out from my parents’ home
The red skirt I wore was new,
The red skirt was colorful,
How beautiful it was!

146Dildima xau,
Niudur malang kurisa,
Hurmii tenu logge gua,
Hurmii munu tasiraanu,
Jigha tendunge kurija joo.

147登登玛秀,
现如今的日子里啊,
穿的裙子没样子了,
大红的裙子烂完了,
裙子仅剩下领子了。

148Dildima bird,
But now
The red skirt is ugly,
The red skirt is worn out,
The red skirt isn worn out and only a small piece remains.

149Dildima xau,
Qi munu hamnong xjigula,
Qi munu awiidu kile joo,
Qi munu amiidu kile joo,
Ndaa nige ujela ire joo.

150登登玛秀,
你回到我的娘家时,
给我的阿爸捎句话,
给我的阿妈捎句话,
让他们抽空来看我。

151Dildima bird,
When you return to my parents’ home
Please tell my father,
Please tell my mother,
Please ask them to come here and visit me.

152Dildima xau,
Bu ghadim gharigu qagdu ni,
Mosisan mulaa deel xiniwa,
Ilan teewan tusburwa,
Ujegundu kidinge saihanna!

153登登玛秀,
当我刚出嫁的时候,
穿的黑K裤子是新的,
蓝蓝的贴弯是直直的,
穿在身上多么好看!

154Dildima bird,
When I set out from my parents’home
My pants were new,
The blue piece of cloth sewn at the knee was straight,
How beautiful it was!

155Dildima xau,
Niudur malang kurisa,
Mulaa deel tenu logge gua,
Mulaa deel munu tasiraanu,
Udig taada kurija joo.

156登登玛秀,
现如今的日子里啊,
穿的裤子没样子了,
裤子的贴弯烂完了,
烂到膝盖的跟前了。

157Dildima bird,
But now
My pants are ugly,
My pants are worn out,
My pants are frayed almost up to the knee.

158Dildima xau,
Qi munu hamnong xjigula,
Qi munu awiidu kile joo,
Qi munu amiidu kile joo,
Ndaa nige ujela ire joo.

159登登玛秀,
你回到我的娘家时,
给我的阿爸捎句话,
给我的阿妈捎句话,
让他们抽空来看我。

160Dildima bird,
When you return to my parents’home
Please tell my father,
Please tell my mother,
Please ask them to come here and visit me.

161Dildima xau,
Bu ghadim gharigu qagdu ni,
Mosisan qarag xiniwa,
Qarag tenu alagwa,
Ujegundu kidinge saihanna!

162登登玛秀,
当我刚出嫁的时候,
穿的花鞋子是新的,
脚上的鞋子花花的,
穿在脚上多么好看!

163Dildima bird,
When I set out from my parents’ home
My embroidered shoes were new,
My embroidered shoes were colorful,
How beautiful they were!

164Dildima xau,
Niudur malang kurisa,
Qarag tenu logge gua,
Qarag munu tasiraanu,
Iwan taada kurija joo.

165登登玛秀,
现如今的日子里啊,
穿的鞋子没样子了,
脚上的鞋子烂完了,
鞋子烂到叶弯处了。

166Dildima bird,
Butnow
My embroidered shoes are ugly,
My embroidered shoes are worn out,
My embroidered shoes are worn down to the heels.

167Dildima xau,
Qi munu hamnong xjigula,
Qi munu awiidu kile joo,
Qi munu amiidu kile joo,
Ndaa nige ujela ire joo.

168登登玛秀,
你回到我的娘家时,
给我的阿爸捎句话,
给我的阿妈捎句话,
让他们抽空来看我。

169Dildima bird,
When you return to my parents’home
Please tell my father,
Please tell my mother,
Please ask them to come here and visit me.

170Dildima xau,
Ndaa ideji uqugunu ugui joo,
Ndaa baghaji sgoogunu ulonna joo,
Bu nenu xjigha adani joo,
Sgildu mauhan hghuiwa joo.

171登登玛秀,
我没吃的也没喝的,
我即挨打来又受骂,
我再也忍耐不住了,
我的心里难过极了。

172Dildima bird,
I have not been given enough food to eat,
I have frequently been beaten and scolded,
I cannot hold on for another second,
My heart is filled with pain.

173Dildima xau,
Qi munu awiidu kile joo,
Qi munu amiidu kile joo,
Ndaa nige ujela ire gi joo,
Bu qimu bii mardaaya joo.

174登登玛秀,
去给我的阿爸说一声,
去给我的阿妈说一声,
告诉他们来看看我,
我忘不了你的恩情。

175Dildima bird,
Please tell my father,
Please tell my mother,
Please tell them to come here and visit me.
I will never forget your kindness.

Notes

1 A traditional Mongghul woman’s headdress; its use was forbidden under the reign of the Ma family warlords in about 1938.

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