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  • proper n. Occitan Gascon dialect spoken in a small area in Catalonia.


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  • The Aranese delegate, Paco Boya, asked a number of questions in Parliament of the Agriculture Department about what had been done with the money, but was not given any reply.

    Hell in the Pyrenees

  • At that time there was still a small population of six or eight individuals living in the French valley of La Pique adjoining the Aranese valley of Artiga de Lin.

    Hell in the Pyrenees

  • And the menus are frequently written first in Aranese, a language that remains so vibrant here that a ski patroller's radio is likely to crackle with it alongside Catalan and Spanish.

    NYT > Home Page

  • But the valley is also very much its own place; those same menus feature Aranese dishes like olha Aranesa a sort of hearty chicken noodle soup, spiked with a large pork meatball and blood sausage.

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  • To date, we have released translators for 21 language pairs, covering languages spoken by 1.1 billion people, ranging from English (est. 500m speakers) to Aranese

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