basker

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Norwegian Bokmål[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Spanish basco, vasco, from Latin vasco, from vascones, supposedly meaning "foresters".

Noun[edit]

basker m ‎(definite singular baskeren, indefinite plural baskere, definite plural baskerne)

  1. a Basque (member of a people)

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Noun[edit]

basker c

  1. beret
  2. indefinite plural of bask

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