Origin and Etymology of langue d'oc
French, from Old French, literally, language of oc; from the Occitan use of the word oc for “yes”
First Known Use: 1703
Rhymes with langue d'oc
back talk, Bartók, Black Hawk, bemock, boardwalk, cakewalk, catwalk, cornstalk, cross talk, crosswalk, duckwalk, eyestalk, fast-talk, fish hawk, French chalk, goshawk, Gottschalk, jaywalk, Languedoc, leafstalk, marsh hawk, moonwalk, nighthawk, Norfolk, Norwalk, pep talk, racewalk, ropewalk, shoptalk, sidewalk, skywalk, sleepwalk, small talk, space walk, sweet-talk, trash talk
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