langue d'oc

noun
\ läŋ-ˈdȯk, läⁿg-ˈdȯk\

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First Known Use of langue d'oc

circa 1682, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for langue d'oc

French, from Old French, literally, language of oc; from the Occitan use of the word oc for "yes"

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The first known use of langue d'oc was circa 1682

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