This is the last part of the work "Goñerriko hizkera" ("The speech of Goñerri") which has been published in this review before (Camino 1999 and 2000). In this third part we offer an analysis of the Basque lexic ofthe Valley of Goñi (Navarre) and compare it with that of other valleys in which southern speechs were spoken ("southern alt-navarrais" in Bonaparte's classification) and with that of some valleys situated in the north of Pamplona. After this, we detail the more specific traits of this that we call "southern navarrais", giving a different vision from Bonaparte's. We have compared its internal varieties and we offer a different subdivision; our conclusion is that "southern navarrais" is not a dialect, like it is suposed until now, but a subdialect of which now we call "dialect navarrais".
Camino, Iñaki. 2013. «Goñerriko Hizkera (III)». Anuario Del Seminario De Filología Vasca "Julio De Urquijo" 35 (2):445-509. https://doi.org/10.1387/asju.8841.
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