Un caso de contacto vasco-castellano-gallego



Argitaratua 1999-04-02
Mary Carmen Iribarren


In the present article, the theory that supports the possible existence of an old linguistic substratum common to the northern portion of the Iberian Peninsula -"cornisa cantábrica"- is examined. Specifically, the wider theory of a possible common linguistic background is tested against a specific research on -rrV Galician words. The data studied lead to conclude that -rr- Galician suffixation is mainly the result of a mediated language contact between Basque and Galician. Nevertheless, the results of the study do not preclude the possible cooperating influence of an old common substratum that provides favorable circumstances to the origin and development in Galician of these non Latin suffixes.

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Iribarren, Mary Carmen. 1999. «Un Caso De Contacto Vasco-Castellano-Gallego». Anuario Del Seminario De Filología Vasca "Julio De Urquijo" 33 (2):463-92. https://doi.org/10.1387/asju.8759.
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