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Numerology information Basque:
Name Number: 2 Meaning: Partnership, Sense, Other, Passive, Assistance, Acceptance, Intimacy, Peace
Definition funny of Basque:
An autonomous community in Northern Spain which also extends into Southern France (where it is known as Pays Basque). Many Basques consider themselves to be a separate people from the French and the Spanish. The Basques have their own language called Euskera and use it in combination with Spanish or French (depending on which region of the Basque country they are from) in their everyday dialect. The Basques' favourite sports are cycling, football and their own 'Basque sports', rugby is also extremely popular in the French region of the Basque country. Basque chefs are famous for their cooking abilities and Basque seafood dishes are renowned my many throughout the world. Many Basques wish for there to be self determination for the Basque country, which means that they want there to be a vote which decides whether they can form their own country or not. However this is unlikely to happen because it would require both the Spanish and French governments to cooperate in handing territory over to the Basques. The participating governments, particularly in Spain, would also risk losing popularity amongst the wider national community if they were to do this.
"I am not Spanish, I am Basque."
Refers to the language, culture, and/or traditional homeland of the Basque people, centered in a region of Northern Spain and South-Western France. Considered to be Europe's oldest inhabitants, their language, Euskara, is an anomoly - not related to any other known language. It is widely renowned to be the hardest language on Earth. Typical Basque costume includes the compuslory beret (txapela) for men, with a red neckerchief. Basques are usually fair-skinned and have black hair, but blue eyes sometimes. They are widely known in the United States as shepherds. The largest concentrated Basque diaspora population in the US is in Boise, Idaho, followed by Reno, Nevada. Traditional activites include improvised singing competitions (bertsolariak), and "strong man" feats of strength. The most delicious drink on the face of the planet, the Kalimotxo (mixture of cheap red wine and Coca-Cola) is of Basque origin.
Basque - English Kaixo - "Hello" Agur - "Bye" Eskerrik asko - "Thank you very much" Nola esaten da ___ euskaraz/ingelesez? - "How do you say ___ in Basque/English?" Kalimotxo bat nahi nuke - "I would like a kalimotxo" Zein da zure izena? - "What is your name?" ___ dut izena - "My name is ___" Maite zaitut - "I love you" Barkatu, baina ez zaitut ulertzen - "I'm sorry, but I don't understand you" Badakizu ingelesez/gasteleraz/frantzesez? - "Do you speak English/Spanish/French?"
Basque country, its a comunity part of Spain. Its inhabitated by the basques or as they call itself, "euskaldunes". They claim to be part of an ancient kingdom formed by the actual Navarra(another community of Spain) and some french lands in the Pirineos. Some independentist groups formed in the Francisco's Franco dictatorship the terrorist organitation called "ETA" (Euskadi Ta Askatasuna, Euskadi and freedom) that has killed nearby a thousand people. In Basque country there are two official languajes, Spanish(Castellano) and Basque(Euskara). The principal production in the basque country is the industry, fish and cow meat.
"Some examples of basque:" "Kaixo, zer moduz?" "hello, how are you?" "Zein da zure izena?" "What is your name?"
its a region in spain. just like glacians, castilians, and catalans, they dun like the spanish government. it is also a very unique langauge. it is unique because there are no roots of the language to neother language in the world. not even ancient greek or latin. some say that it was the decent of the langauge of cavemen.
Songs about Basque:
Basque by James Galway;Vincent Fanuele from the Album Celebrating 70: A Collection Of Personal Favorites
Anonymous: Gabriel's Message (Basque Carol) by Cambridge Orchestra of Clare College from the Album Christmas Adagios (2 CD set)
Fantasie Basque, Op. 49 by Laurent Cabasso Gaëtane Prouvost from the Album Pierné: La Musique de Chambre pour Violon et Piano
A Basque Lullaby by Bob Jones University Choirs and Ensembles from the Album Arise, Shine! The Choral Music Of Dan Forrest
Basque the Dog (Radio Edit) by Bobina from the Album Basque the Dog
Le Basque by James Galway;Charles Gerhardt from the Album Pachelbel Canon & Other Baroque Favorites
Anonymous: Gabriel's Message (Basque Carol) by Simon Preston from the Album 40 Essential Carols
Books about Basque:
The Basque History of the World: The Story of a Nation by Mark Kurlansky (Feb 1, 2001)
The Basque Table: Passionate Home Cooking from One of Europe's Great Regional Cuisines by Teresa Barrenechea (Oct 1, 1998)
Basque Legends With an Essay on the Basque Language by Wentworth Webster and Julien Vinson (Mar 30, 2011)
The Basque Kitchen: Tempting Food from the Pyrenees by Gerald Hirigoyen and Cameron Hirigoyen (Apr 21, 1999)
The Basque Pintxo Cookbook by San Sebastián Food Team (Jul 17, 2013)
Sweet Promised Land (Basque) by Robert Laxalt (Mar 5, 2007)
The Basque Language: A Practical Introduction (The Basque Series) by Alan R. King (Sep 7, 2012)
Movies about Basque:
Passport to Adventure Spain's Basque Country and the Festival of San Fermin 2009 NR CC - Runtime: 26 mins Directed by: Cinergy Productions
New York's Master Chefs: Jean-Jacques Rachous of La Cote Basque NR - Runtime: 30 mins
The Basque Ball: Skin Against Stone Unrated - Runtime: 1 hr 57 mins Starring: Carmelo Gómez, Ana Torrent, et al. Directed by: Julio Medem
Passport to Adventure Spain's Basque Country and the Festival of San Fermin 2009 Unrated - Runtime: 30 mins
The Basque Country DVD 2004 NR - Runtime: 40 mins
Adventures in Travel: Basque Country Where France Meets Spain, plus The Pyrenees -
Le Pays Basque DVD 2004 NR - Runtime: 23 mins
Wiki information Basque:
The Basque Country is an autonomous community of northern Spain. It includes the Basque provinces of Álava, Biscay and Gipuzkoa, also called Historical Territories. The Basque Country or Basque Autonomous Community was granted the status of...
The Basque are an indigenous ethnic group who primarily inhabit an area traditionally known as the Basque Country, a region that is located around the western end of the Pyrenees on the coast of the Bay of Biscay and straddles parts of north-central...