langue d'oc


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langue d'oc

 (dôk′)
n.
Occitan, especially as spoken and written in medieval times.

[French, from Old French : langue, language; see language + de, of (from Latin ; see de-) + Old Provençal oc, yes; see Occitan.]
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langue d'oc

(lɑ̃ɡ dɔk)
n
(Languages) the group of medieval French dialects spoken in S France: often regarded as including Provençal. Compare langue d'oïl
[literally: language of oc (the Provençal form for yes), ultimately from Latin hoc this]
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Langue•doc

(lɑ̃gˈdɔk)

n.
a former province in S France. Cap.: Toulouse.
Langue•do•cian (læŋˈdoʊ ʃən, ˌlæŋ gwəˈdoʊ-) adj., n.

langue d'oc

(lɑ̃g ˈdɔk)
n.
the Romance speech of medieval S France; medieval Occitan.
[1700–10; < French: language of oc, i.e., speech in which oc (< Latin hōc this) is used for “yes”; compare Occitan]
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Noun1.Langue d'oc - medieval provincial dialects of French formerly spoken in the south of France
French - the Romance language spoken in France and in countries colonized by France
Occitan, Provencal - the medieval dialects of Langue d'oc (southern France)
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In 1904 Frederic Mistral was awarded the Nobel Prize for his efforts to revitalize the langue d'oc through his epic poem Mireio.
Written in the ancient Romance language of Occitan or langue d'oc, the texts were undoubtedly sung, although.