qadı-qadı

qadı-qadı
qadı-qadı danışmax:
(Ağbaba, Gədəbəy, Şəmkir)
lovğa-lovğa, böyük-böyük danışmaq. – Qadı-qadı danışmax sə:η peşən döymü?! (Gədəbəy); – Elə qadı-qadı danışır ki, elə bilirsən əkə kişidi (Şəmkir); – Ə:, nə qadı-qadı danışırsaη?! (Ağbaba)

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