Definition of Langue d'oil French
1. Noun. Medieval provincial dialects of French spoken in central and northern France.
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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. ..."