Armenian and Basque Words

At least 50 key Armenian and Basque words and many toponyms are similar. “Char” means bad in both languages. The Armenian  anti (from there), zati (separate), tegi (place), yelk (exit), yete (if), jarankel (inherit), murts (fist), tuil (weak), layn (wide), yerortn (third), hasdadun (firm), hastadel (to prove), karee (barley), hasnel (to grow), engouyz (nut), hergel (to furrow), aydz (goat), hod (flock), madzun (sour milk) have Basque twins.

At least 50 key Armenian and Basque words and many toponyms are similar. “Char” means bad in both languages. The Armenian  anti (from there), zati (separate), tegi (place), yelk (exit), yete (if), jarankel (inherit), murts (fist), tuil (weak), layn (wide), yerortn (third), hasdadun (firm), hastadel (to prove), karee (barley), hasnel (to grow), engouyz (nut), hergel (to furrow), aydz (goat), hod (flock), madzun (sour milk) have Basque twins.

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