Aragüés Aragonese

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Aragüés Aragonese
Aragüesino
Native to Aragon, Spain
Region Aísa, Esposa, Sinués
Native speakers
(no estimate available)
Indo-European
Official status
Recognised minority
language in
Language codes
ISO 639-3
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Aragüés Aragonese is the Aragonese variety spoken in Aragüés and Jasa. It is very similar to Cheso Aragonese, and better preserved than Aísa Aragonese.

Morphology[edit]

  • Define article system is lo, la, los, las.
  • The endings in indefinite past are -o as in Tensinian Aragonese: pagomos, (paguemos), cantoz, (cantez). In the third person in plural we have -oron just in the first conjugation: cantoron, but in the 2nd and in the 3rd person we have -ieron or -io(ro)n: salieron, partioron, riyeron, faborezión.
  • In irregular verbs with -i in present, we find this -i in yo foi but not in yo bó.
  • There are, as in Sobrarbe "strong perfects": fízon, trújon.

Lexicon[edit]

They are words different from those from Aísa Aragonese (Estarrún Valley).

  • tabuzo, charga (barza in the Estarrún Valley), argüella, betiello.

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