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  • proper n. The Basque language.


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  • AMUMA SAYS NO The Boise, Idaho-based ensemble performs traditional trikitixa, a type of accordion, with a modern rhythm section and songs sung in Euskara, the language of the Basque people. 6 p.m. Kennedy Center, Millennium Stage, 2700 F St. NW.

    Washington, D.C., Going Out Guide, July 8-14

  • For the translation of Openbravo POS to the Euskara language.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • These days the signs are in both French/Spanish & Euskara.

    Archive 2009-11-22

  • The language can be any of the official languages of Spain (we think this means Spanish, Euskara (Basque), Catalan and Galician).

    Science Fiction Awards Watch » Premios Ignotus

  • For traditional Basques the pictures, symbols and words found scraped onto pieces of third century pottery dug up near the town of Nanclares, in northern Spain, included miraculous evidence that their unique language of Euskara was far older than ever thought.

    Are Basque Relics Frauds?

  • Remember all of this, she told herself in Euskara, it will be important later.


  • But the men who kicked in our door were speaking Spanish, not Euskara.


  • It's been a few years, but last I looked they had an introduction to Euskara and guides to Basque Language sites around the web. ZUKOFSKY EUSKARAZ.

  • Euskara is the term used by the Basques themselves for their mysterious language, a language with no affinity to any European tongue, and so difficult that it is popularly supposed that the Devil, after spending seven fruitless years in endeavouring to master it, gave up the attempt in despair.

    Here, There and Everywhere

  • The agur and gabon ( "good bye" and "good night" in Euskara) mingled with good night, slán and oíche mhaith!

    Indymedia Ireland


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