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- adj. Describing a group of Romance languages or dialects from northern Italy
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Spanish has also been compared to the Paduan and Venetian dialects in northeastern Italy which are different from Gallo-Italian.
+ (1) Ligurian, Piedmontese, Lombard and Emilian, and Sardinian, which form a Gallo-Italian group apart from the vernacular of the rest of the peninsula;
South of the crest of the Apennines the Italian language in its purity begins, in contrast to the Gallo-Italian of the north.
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