Franco-Provençal

noun
Fran·​co-Pro·​ven·​çal | \ˌfraŋ-kō-ˌprō-ˌvän-ˈsäl, ˌprä-vən-\

Definition of Franco-Provençal 

: a group of Romance dialects distinct from both French and Occitan spoken in east central France, western Switzerland and the Valle d'Aosta in Switzerland

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First Known Use of Franco-Provençal

1881, in the meaning defined above

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