Basque

• (a.) Pertaining to Biscay, its people, or their language. • (n.) One of a race, of unknown origin, inhabiting a region on the Bay of Biscay in Spain and France. • (n.) The language spoken by the Basque people. • (n.) A part of a lady`s dress, resembling a jacket with a short skirt; -- probably so called because this fashion of...
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Basque

noun the language of the Basque people; of no known relation to any other language
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Basque

[clothing] A basque is an item of women`s clothing. The term, of French origin, refers to a type of bodice or jacket, and in modern usage a long corset, characterized by a close, contoured fit and extending past the waistline over the hips. It is so called because the fashion was adopted from Basque traditional dress, initially by the Frenc...
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Basque

Basque (bȧsk) adjective [ French] Pertaining to Biscay, its people, or their language.
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Basque

A basque is an item of women's underclothing comprising a bodice which continues below the waist, and resembling a jacket with a short skirt. The term is often incorrectly applied to a bodice.
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basque

a chewy sweet cake filled with pastry cream or, historically, with black cherry jam; also called pastiza; specialty of the Basque region.
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Basque

Basque (Euskara, Euskera, Eskuara, or Eskwara) days astelehena (Monday) asteatea, astearte (Tuesday) asteazkena, asteazken (Wednesday) osteguna (orzeguna), ostegun (Thursday) ostirala (ortzirala), ostiral; barikua (Friday) larunbata, larunbat, larunbateko, or zapatua (Saturday) igandea, igande, igadeko or domeka, dominical ...
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Basque

member of a people who live in both Spain and France in areas bordering the Bay of Biscay and encompassing the western foothills of the Pyrenees ... [17 related articles]
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basque

Synonym for the grape variety Crouchen; look there.
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Basque

The Basque was a French Alcyon Class destroyer (torpilleurs) of 1378 tons displacement launched in 1929. The Basque had a top speed of 33.5 knots and a range of 5600 km at 15 knots and carried a complement of 204. She was armed with four 5.1 inch guns; two 37 mm anti-aircraft guns and six 21.7 inch torpedo tubes arranged in two triples.
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Basque

The people inhabiting the Basque Country of central northern Spain and the extreme southwest of France. The Basques are a pre-Indo-European people whose language (Euskara) is unrelated to any...
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Basque

The people inhabiting the Basque Country of central northern Spain and the extreme southwest of France. The Basques are a pre-Indo-European people whose language (Euskara) is unrelated to any other language. Although both the Romans and, later, the Visigoths conquered them, they largely maintained their independence until the 19th century. ...
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Basque

[n] - a member of a people of unknown origin living in the western Pyrenees in France and Spain 2. [n] - the language of the Basque people
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