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“The term Lemosin (lemosin in Modern occitan; lemosin, lemosi in Old Occitan) appeared between 1190 and 1213.”
“My last order was a bootcut made of dark "showoff" denim with red threads and an occitan cross behind: it is a marvel! ...”
“In Lengadocian Occitan, [ps], [ts] and [ks] are merged into [ts]: còps [ˈkɔps > ˈkɔts] 'times', sacs [ˈsaks > ˈsats] 'bags', occitan [uksiˈta > utsiˈta], Mexic [mekˈsik > meˈtsik] 'Mexico'.”
“' 'Occitan'''-also called' 'Lenga d'Òc' ',' 'Langue d'Oc' 'or' 'Provençal' '- (in its own language:' 'occitan' ',”
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