@jaz yes! Thankfully it's official and a lot of young people use it in comparison to their parents, when Franco was alive, euskara was banned.
@jaz I've been interested in learning something about it! And please, protect it, some languages as some here are dying🙁
@jaz they are not so different compared to the short version of trainera (trainerilla) I think. Here traineras were first used for fishing with nets (pesca a traína, they rowed with nets for fishing) and there were huge races coming back to land for selling the most fish, from 1879 (year when the rowing society of my city was created) until today the sport changed a lot. My grandpa is the 3rd from the bottom, it's a huge tradition from Basque Country, Cantabria and Galicia.
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