Navalese dialect

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Navalese
Nabalés
Native to Aragon, Spain
Region Somontano de Barbastro, El Grado,[1] Naval, Hoz y Costean, and Coscojuela de Fantova[2]
Native speakers
(no estimate available)
Indo-European
Language codes
ISO 639-3
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Navalese is a variant of Southern Aragonese. The main characteristic of this local speech is the conservation of the articles system lo, la, los, las (that we can find in Hecho and Aragüés Aragonese, that some authors believe is an archaism),[3] instead of the general system o, a, os, as.

Naval is a place located in El Grado, in the county of Somontano de Barbastro.

See also[edit]

Sources[edit]

  • Chesús de Mostolay EL ARAGONÉS EN EL SOMONTANO DE BARBASTRO: GLOSARIO DE VOCES Y EXPRESIONES.
  • Chusé Inazio Navarro García SOBRE LA SUFIJACIÓN APRECIATIVA EN A LUECA, DE JUANA COSCUJUELA

References[edit]

  1. ^ Page where appears information about literarian competitions in Aragonese in this village
  2. ^ Its people still conserve the fabla dialect
  3. ^ * Anchel Conte et al. EL ARAGONÉS IDENTIDAD Y PROBLEMÁTICA DE UNA LENGUA. Colección Aragón. Librería general.

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