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Un fonema euskérico en Plinio

Bertoldi, Vittorio (1933) Un fonema euskérico en Plinio. Revista Internacional de los Estudios Vascos = Revue Internationale des Etudes Basques (24). pp. 182-183.

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Abstract

Summary of the article by Bertoldi in which he observes the existence of a Basque phoneme in Pliny's writings. According to Pliny, a kind of gallery is designated with the name "arrugia" in Spain. In the Alpine region there is the word "rugia" that explains the formation of "arrugia" as an addition of "ar" as there is no such thing as a word that begins with "r" in Basque. This is demonstrated in that already from the 1st century onwards "ar" were added to the words that began by "r" in the dialects of Aquitania and in the Iberian Peninsula (Spanish, Portuguese, Gascón and Basque)

Item Type:Article
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Uncontrolled Keywords:eu; Basque language
Subjects:Linguistics > Diachronic linguistics
ID Code:1721
Deposited On:03 Oct 2008 15:52
Last Modified:03 Oct 2008 18:37
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