Basque is one of the most illustrious examples of a sine qua non 'minor' language. The word for 'truth' in Europe's most archaic language is egia. No wonder, given that 'truth' is always clear like the Sun and the latter – the Sun – in Basque is called eguzki. Since 'day' in Basque is egun, an analogy offered by Turkish güneş 'Sun'/ gün 'day' leads us to conclude that egun must have originally denoted the Sun itself, as attested by the double meaning of Hungarian nap 'sun; day'. There is nothing called 'day' in human language.