Definition of Langue d'oil French

1. Noun. Medieval provincial dialects of French spoken in central and northern France.

Exact synonyms: Langue D'oil
Generic synonyms: French

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Langue D'oil French

Langi
Langkawi
Langley
Langley's granules
Langmuir
Langmuir circulation
Langmuir trough
Langobard
Langside
Langston Hughes
Langtry
Languas speciosa
Langue d'oc
Langue d'oc French
Langue d'oil
Langue d'oil French
Languedoc
Languedoc-Roussillon
Languedocian
Lani
Laniidae
Lanius
Lanius borealis
Lanius excubitor
Lanius lucovicianus
Lanius ludovicianus excubitorides
Lanius ludovicianus migrans
Lanka
Lankaran
Lankershim

Literary usage of Langue d'oil French

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1. Chivalry by Francis Warre Cornish (1908)
"... in Knighthood and Love—Langue d'oc and langue d'oil —French ascendency—Norman and Celtic, Teutonic, &c. elements in the French romance—Chansons ifc ..."

2. Magellan's Voyage Around the Worldby Antonio Pigafetta by Antonio Pigafetta (1906)
"Langue d' oil: French district, i, 260. Lanterns: used on ships, i, 27; as signals, 27. See also Farol; and Torch. Lanu (a city): subject to Siam, ii, 173. ..."

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