Extract from a conversation in Hayu. No one can take away the Hayu goddess.
Narrative in Limbu concerning the narrator's relationship with his father-in-law. The narrator repeatedly loses face while trying to help his father-in-law with agricultural tasks.
Story told in Hayu. An unloved daughter-in-law becomes a bird.
Story told in Hayu. A poor man goes to steal food from his rich brother.
How a mother sparrow obtains custody of her daughter (a tale)
Digitalization of the recording Hayu 1972 Tape 2 side B, an elicitation of Hayu disyllabic nouns. The speaker, a woman of about 50, was prompted in Nepali to pronounce single Hayu words at least twice, in a (sometimes inappropriate) frame "mi ___ nomi" 'that is a ___'. The prompts were not usually ...