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    Post The Ainus and the Basques

    The first inhabitants of Japan were white. These Japanese whites were called the "Ainu." Probably they were descended from the Mediterranean. Their language is very similar to the Iberian Basques. Here's a chart of two languages from "An Ainu Dialect Dictionary" edited by Shiro Hattori:

    Page* AINU ENGLISH BASQUE ENGLISH

    2/5 tontone to be bald tontordun crested, plumed
    2/6 kepsapa bald head kepireska heads or tails
    6/38 aspa to be deaf aspaldiko old, ancient
    6/41 papus lips papar breast
    6/69 taspare to sigh asparen to sigh
    11/82 aske hand esku hand
    12/94 poro monpeh thumb erpuru thumb
    15/130 nok testicle noka familiarity with women
    15/131 pok vulva puki vulva (slang)
    16/133 uka'un sexual-intercourse ukan to possess, to have
    16/134 meno kupuri to menstruate kopor-kopuri goblet, quantity
    17/136 kema leg, foot kemen vigor, strength
    17/137 hera to limp herren cripple
    18/149 kiski hair kizkur curly, wavy hair
    18/152 kamihi surface of kamisoi nightgown, the skin
    19/161 tur dirt lur dirt
    23/188 hatcir to fall (down) atzeratu to fall (back)
    24/194 hotkuku to stoop kukutu to stoop
    24/201 mokor sleep makar sleep
    28/1 siko to be born zikoina stork
    28/4 hetuku to grow up gehitu to grow up
    28/4 sikup to grow up siku miserly
    29/14 sinki to get tired sinkulin crying, whining
    29/15 yasumi to rest jaso to get better
    29/16 tasum illness eritasun illness
    29/16 araka illness arakatu to be examined
    30/22 ukikosmare to sprain ukitu to touch, to affect
    31/34 pirika to recover pirri shaky, jittery
    31/36 kusuri drug kutsu infection
    31/38 shuruku poison shurrut gulp, drink
    34/2 okkai man oka egin to eat too much
    34/3 meneko woman eme female
    35/7 sukukur young man sukor having a temper
    35/11 onne kur old person onegi benign
    36/12 ekasi old man ekarri tocontribute,provide
    36/13 hutci old woman hutsikusle faultfinding
    36/16 pon to be veryyoung ponte baptismal font
    39/12 ona father onartzaile authority
    40/16 po child poz happiness
    42/31 uriwahnecin sibling aurride sibling
    42/31 irutar siblings irutara three different ways
    42/35 umatakikor to be sisters umatu to reproduce
    44/52 kok son-in-law kok bellyful
    45/56 aukorespa to be engaged aukeratu to choose, select
    45/58 usante to marry usantza tradition
    45/59 umurek married couple umotu to have children
    47/68 ekkur guest ekuru peaceful, peace of mind
    47/73 ipakasnokur teacher ikaserazi to teach
    48/75 kusunkur enemy kuskusean spying
    50/1 kotan village -kote multiplicity, many
    50/2 porokotan city porrokatu to destroy
    50/3 sinotusi open space sinotsu strange, unfamiliar
    50/8 oiakunkur out of doors oian forest
    51/10 ankahpaaki foreigner ankapetu to trample under foot
    51/13 uraiki to make war jarraiki to attack
    51/17 kotankoro tribal chief koroa crowned, glorified
    52/18 tono official tontor plumed, feathered
    52/21 u'ekari meeting ekarle bringer (of news)
    52/21 u'ekarpa meeting ekarpen contribution
    52/23 kotan orake to go to ruin oraka financial ruin
    52/23 kiru to die out kirru blond
    52/23 sikupu to perish siku shriveled up
    53/32 isocise jail isolamendu isolation
    56/1 itah language itano speaking in second person
    57/12 kayo to cry out kaio seagull
    58/15 ese to answer esetsi to argue
    58/15 itasa answer itaun question
    58/18 u'uste to pass along uste opinion
    58/19 sonko information esonde advice
    58/21 senpir backbiting senper suffering
    58/22 sinititak to joke sinoti crazy
    58/23 sunke falsehood suntsun foolish, idiotic
    59/26 esina to conceal esinguratu to surround, to block
    59/27 etekke confidential etekin profit, wages
    59/28 eramankorka to pretend eramankor tolerant, enduring
    59/28 ennuka to pretend enulkeria weakness, debility
    60/40 itokpa to mark itoka quickly
    64/1 ariki to come ariketa assignment, activity
    64/2 koman to go komandante commander
    64/5 eson asin to go away esonde advice
    asi to start, to begin
    65/11 rutu to move aside urrundu to move away
    65/12 somaketa to approach somaketa attention, perception
    65/14 etaras to stop etapa stage, stretch
    66/15 kus to pass through kuskusean to peek, to snoop
    68/33 kaya sail kaiar very large seagull
    70/2 ko'ekari to encounter elkarikusi to see each other
    70/3 aske'uk to invite aske free, independent
    70/5 ekari arki to go out,to meetekarri to bring, to provide
    70/7 umusa to bow kilimusi to bow
    72/20 omonnure to praise omendatu to praise
    73/24 kokor unpeki to scold gogor egin to scold
    73/25 ikohka punishment iko hammer
    75/35 ukonkep strength,contestukondoka elbowing, forcing a way
    75/35 puni strength,contestpuntzet sword
    75/39 inospa to pursue inozotu to be intimidated
    76/40 oskoni to overtake oskol armour
    76/41 akkari to outrun akarraldi to anger
    76/46 ikasuy to help, assist ikastun student
    77/50 kukocan to refuse uko egin to refuse
    77/51 ese to undertake esetsi to attack, to debate
    80/1 konte to give kontentatu to please
    80/8 uk to receive ukan to have
    81/12 ipuni to distribute ipuina to tell a story
    81/13 esikari to rob esi fence, enclosure
    81/14 iska to steal xiskatu to steal
    83/29 ikoro money koro money
    87/15 pita to untie,loosen pita fishing line
    87/17 tekkas glove teka pod, covering
    88/25 atusa naked atutxa better world
    88/26 hantasine barefoot hankagorri barefoot
    96/38 seku to suck sikui dry
    97/46 cikaripe to prepare sikatu to dry
    97/52 hu raw, unripe huruppa to swallow
    158/21 eraman to get used to eramanpen patience, tolerance
    187/59 peko ox menpeko controlled by

    These Ainus were taller, have wavy hair, fair skin, a lot of body hair, and some have blue or gray eyes. Most of them reside in Hokkaido, the northern part of Japan. There are hardly any pure Ainus, because of the intermixing with the Japanese. Most of the Samurais were from that tribe. That's the reason a lot of them were tall. Also, some Japanese people are somewhat white-looking. The Samurais of Ainu descent gained popularity and were able to marry women of the upperclass and spread their white traits to the Nobility.

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    Post Re: The Ainus and the Basques

    Are you serious?

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    Wink Re: The Ainus and the Basques

    Quote Originally Posted by Rodskarl Dubhgall
    Are you serious?
    Ask it to Mr.Hattori, comrade

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    Post Re: The Ainus and the Basques

    Sounds cool.

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    Post Re: The Ainus and the Basques

    The Ainu of Japan are actually genetically closer genetically to modern day Japanese than Caucasians. They only appear Caucasian because they evolved in South East Asia before the migration of Tungids from the north. They are basically temperate climate adapted Mongoloids.

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    Post Re: The Ainus and the Basques

    The Ainu people from Japan are pre caucasoids.Their predecessors,the people of so called "jomon culture"were veddoid-like from south east asia,linked to aboriginal people of Taiwan.Today many individual of ainuid type can be pick up in north Japan,especially in the island of Hokkaido.Some "ainu" can have together with prevalent pseudo-caucasoid look,veddoid-like look inheritated from Jomonids...

    Quote Originally Posted by Northern_Paladin
    The Ainu of Japan are actually genetically closer genetically to modern day Japanese than Caucasians. They only appear Caucasian because they evolved in South East Asia before the migration of Tungids from the north. They are basically temperate climate adapted Mongoloids.

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