Legutiano alava

Amurrio alava

«…we have the good will to demand to populate a town in the place they say Legutiano, which is in Álava, …and that it be called Villarreal de Álava. And to populate this town we give them these villages that are ours in Alava, Huruaga, Egoiain, and Urbina, and Anguello, and Nafarrete, and Losu, so that the settlers of them come to dwell and they are now.
Among the names that in 1979 Euskaltzaindia proposed as a normative way of naming the locality in Basque was Bilerle. Bilerle was the way in which the local Basque speakers pronounced Villarreal when speaking in Basque; adapted to the modern orthographic norms of the language. However, this denomination was not successful and ended up in a corner.
Legutiano is the name that the population had before the town was founded. The toponym fell into disuse, but has been recovered in modern times and nowadays a variant of it, Legutio, is the official name of the municipality.
Legutiano belongs to the series of Basque toponyms ending in the suffix -ano, -ana. Philologists such as Julio Caro Baroja or L.M. Mujika established the working hypothesis that this suffix, as well as the suffix -ain; very frequent in the Basque-Navarre toponymy; were the result of the evolution of the Latin suffix -anum in Basque lands.

Vitoria spain

It is located in a high region that forms the border between Bizkaia and Araba, near the foothills of the highest mountain in the Basque Country, the Gorbea, and is used to supply drinking water to both provinces.
Regarding the former, it can be said that they are relatively abundant, but not in the whole reservoir. The main fishing spot is near the village of Legutiano, on both sides of the peninsula that forms the area of the Red Cross facilities.
However, the fishing varies a lot with the water level, being favorable the times when the level is medium, enough for the water to enter the shallower bends, but reaching 1 or 2 meters, at the most, of depth. If it is less to be able to wade them, all the better.
Pike will enter everything, but especially devon and wiggling spoons. In the shallow bends, on calm days, surface fishing is especially exciting, with propeller rigs or similar.

Murgia spain

«…we have the good will to demand to populate a town in the place that they say Legutiano that is in Álava, …and that has the name of Villarreal de Álava. And for this town to be populated we give them these villages that are ours in Alava, Huruaga, Egoiain, and Urbina, and Anguello, and Nafarrete, and Losu, so that the settlers of these villages can come and live there.
Among the names that in 1979 Euskaltzaindia proposed as a normative way of naming the locality in Basque, there was Bilerle. Bilerle was the way the Basque speakers of the place pronounced Villarreal when speaking in Basque; according to the modern orthographic norms of the language. However, this denomination was not successful and ended up being withdrawn.
Legutiano belongs to the series of Basque toponyms ending in the suffix -anu, -ana. Philologists such as Julio Caro Baroja or L.M. Mujika established the working hypothesis that both this suffix and the suffix -ain; very frequent in Basque-Navarre toponymy; were the result of the evolution of the Latin suffix -anum in Basque lands.

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