and how to say them
in Basque, Spanish and Latin
The Basque language (called Euskara by the Basques themselves) is the oldest language in Europe, the only non Indo-European language that survived after the administration of the Roman Empire spread throughout our continent. It is spoken by about one million people in the seven provinces of the Basque Country, that is, in North East Spain and South West France.
No relationship between Basque and any other language has
been established with certainty. The alphabet used for Basque
employs Roman letters. The first printed book in Basque appeared
in the 16th century. Basque is both agglutinative and polysynthetic.