Basque (Basque: Euskara, IPA: [eus̺ˈkaɾa]) is a language isolate  ancestral to the Basque people. The Basque are indigenous to, and primarily inhabit, the ...
Basque (euskara) Basque is a language with no known linguistic relatives spoken by about 660,000 people mainly in the Basque country (Euskal Herria) in the north of ...
The Basque language is often cited as an example of a strange, exotic language. However this depiction of Basque is not objectively valid. Basque is only strange and ...
Basque language, also called Euskara or Euskera , language isolate, the only remnant of the languages spoken in southwestern Europe before the region was Romanized in ...
History of the Basque Language By Manfred Owstrowski I. Language families and genetic language relationships in Europe Most of the languages spoken in Europe belong ...
Useful Basque phrases. A collection of useful phrases in Basque, a language with no known relatives spoken in northern Spain and southern France.
EUSKARA, THE LANGUAGE OF THE BASQUE PEOPLE The Basque language is an inflected language whose origin is still somewhat puzzling.
Basque, (Euskara, in Basque), ... In 1964, the Royal Basque Language Academy introduced a new standardized orthography that is now universally used.
The origin of the Basques and the Basque language is a controversial topic that has given rise to numerous hypotheses. The ancient language of the Basque people, the ...
Basque (in Basque: Euskara) is the language spoken by the Basque people in the Basque Country and diaspora. The standard Basque name for the language is Euskara.