vijayjohn wrote:Languedocien (French name) a.k.a. Lengadocian (native name) is another variety of Occitan
OldBoring wrote:You're listening to songs from North Africa in January? Austin must be hot these days.
What? I thought the word Occitan itself came from langue d'oc. (Thus I thought Languedocien/Lengadocian were synonyms of Occitan).
vijayjohn wrote:You have no idea how cold North Africa gets in January!
Languedoc is one former province in the areas where the langues d'oc are spoken. But it's located in the modern French region of Occitanie now.
vijayjohn wrote:Ligurian, for those who don't know, is a Gallo-Italic language spoken mainly in northwestern Italy along the Mediterranean coast
OldBoring wrote:vijayjohn wrote:You have no idea how cold North Africa gets in January!
As cold as Austin?
Or… Ligurian is spoken in Liguria*!
*and also in a little piece of land in the Northwestern tip of Tuscany.
walking down the street,
the kind I'd like to meet,
OldBoring wrote:vijayjohn wrote:Girl, not woman! (jk)
But woman can refer to a young woman too.
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