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Gas·con

 (găs′kən)
n.
1. A native or inhabitant of Gascony.
2. The Romance language of Gascony, sometimes considered a dialect of Occitan.
adj.
Of or relating to Gascony, the Gascons, or their language or culture.

[French, from Latin Vasconēs, the Basques.]

gas·con

 (găs′kən)
n.
A boastful person; a braggart.

[From Gascon (from the traditional stereotype of Gascons as braggarts).]
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gascon

(ˈɡæskən)
n
rare a boaster; braggart
[C14: from Old French gascoun; compare Latin Vasconēs Basque]

Gascon

(ˈɡæskən)
n
1. (Peoples) a native or inhabitant of Gascony
2. (Languages) the dialect of French spoken in Gascony
adj
of or relating to Gascony, its inhabitants, or their dialect of French
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Gas•con

(ˈgæs kən)

n.
1. a native or inhabitant of Gascony.
2. the Romance speech of Gascony.
3. (l.c.) boaster; braggart.
adj.
4. of or pertaining to Gascony, its inhabitants, or their speech.
[1325–75; < Old French, ultimately < Latin Vascōnēs]
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Translations

Gascon

[ˈgæskən]
A. ADJgascón
B. N
1.gascón/ona m/f
2. (Ling) → gascón m
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