Tenma665 wrote:but keep in mind that when followed by another word, the voiced variation [dZ] is used.
JunMing wrote:That's right, it's the equivalent of the occitan word puèg, which means mountain as well.
You will find a lot of people with the surname "Puech" (the francised version of puèg), in many areas in France, and especially in my region.
Psi-Lord wrote:Do you say muntanyes russes in Catalan?
elxiquet wrote:According to the Catalan-Valencian-Balearic dictionary (dcvb.iecat.net):
"Muntanya russa: elevació natural o artificial del terreny, disposada per a llenegar-hi o córrer-hi amb fort impuls que permet seguir les baixades i les pujades."
That's a rollercoaster, isn't it?
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