behl dlay

Here’s something you’re likely to use everyday: a blanket.

These can be the more common blankets that you may buy in a store, like a comforter or quilt (but they also have the word golchóón to describe thicker blankets).

The more traditional type of blanket, usually woven, is called diyogí (or diyógí).

Some people have sheepskin bedding, and these are called yaateeł.

Blankets and rugs were commonly cleaned in the winter months by burying them in snow, where they would sit for a time and then later dried.

You might also hear beeldládí in place of beeldléí.