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  • Religious figures at the time called the beast in langue d'oc - "animal" a "plague" sent by God.

    Beast of Gevaudan - A Hyena?

  • The Italian medieval poet Dante was the first to have recorded the term lingua d'oc.

    When "yes" and "no" become complex

  • And then she makes all of these cringeworthy references to the great René Nelli etc on the langue d'oc, all peppered to give authenticity.

    Archive 2006-01-01

  • And he was singing not in English, not even in Norman-French as England knew it, but in the langue d'oc Cadfael remembered imperfectly from long ago.

    The Holy Thief

  • But the _langue d'oc_, a soft and musical tongue, survived long enough to become the vehicle of lyric strains, mostly on subjects of love and gallantry, still familiar in mention, and famous as the songs of the troubadours.

    Classic French Course in English

  • The "Langue d'oc" was spoken in the entire southern part of France, and has given its name to a province of the present.

    Woman's Work in Music

  • The language of their songs is the beautiful "Langue d'oc," so called from the use of the word "oc" to mean yes, and thus distinguished from the "Langue d'oil" of Northern France and the "Lingua di si" of Italy.

    Woman's Work in Music

  • Of the two divisions of that poetry, its productions in the _langue d'oil_ and its productions in the _langue d'oc_, the poetry of the

    Harvard Classics Volume 28 Essays English and American

  • Berenguer the Great with Dulcia, heiress of Provence, made the relations between the peoples of the langue d'oc so close that the subsequent development of Catalonia was connected rather with that of the South of France.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 14: Simony-Tournon

  • Lou Trésor dóu Félibrige, ou, Dictionnaire provençal-français, embrassant les dives dialectes de la lange d'oc moderne. – 2 vol. – Aix-en-Provence: Veuve Remondet-Aubin, 1878

    Frédéric Mistral - Bibliography

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