The History of Basque
Routledge, 13 sep. 2013 - 480 páginas
Basque is the sole survivor of the very ancient languages of Western Europe. This book, written by an internationally renowned specialist in Basque, provides a comprehensive survey of all that is known about the prehistory of the language, including pronunciation, the grammar and the vocabulary. It also provides a long critical evaluation of the search for its relatives, as well as a thumbnail sketch of the language, a summary of its typological features, an external history and an extensive bibliography.
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adjectives adverbs allocutive ancient appears Aquitanian Araba aspiration attested auxiliary Azkue Azkue's Basque language Basque word Basque-speaking Bizkaia borrowed Castilian Celtic century Chapter cited clauses clusters common compound consonant contrast dative derived dialects dictionary diphthongs earlier eastern varieties edun egin element ergative etorri etymology evidence example final finite formation French Basque Country frequent fricatives genitive gerund Gipuzkoa gizon gorri red he/she hence Iberian ikusi Indo-European initial intervocalic intransitive verbs izan Lapurdian large number lexical items loan from Latin loan words locative meaning medieval Michelena modern Basque morph morpheme morphology nasal Navarre non-finite northern varieties nouns Occitan occur origin palatal participle personal names phonological place names plosives plural possible postpositions Pre-Basque prefix probably pronouns proposed represent rhotic Romance sibilant singular Spanish stem suffix surnames syllable texts toponyms usually variant Vascones vasconists verb-forms verbal voiced voiceless plosives vowel western word-formation word-initial Zuberoan