langue d'oïl

noun \läŋ-ˈdi(-ə)l, -ˈdi; läⁿg-d-ˈēl, -ˈdi\

Definition of LANGUE D'OÏL

:  french 1

Origin of LANGUE D'OÏL

French, from Old French, literally, language of oïl; from the French use of the word oïl for yes
First Known Use: 1703


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