Translation for 'Occitan' from English to Bulgarian
SYNO Occitan | Provencal
Occitan {noun}
окситански език {м}
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Translation for 'Occitan' from English to Bulgarian

Occitan {noun}
окситански език {м}линг.
Usage Examples English
  • Former French commune in Agenais reunited in 1828 with the commune of Montaigu-de-Quercy (formerly known as "Montagut d'Agenés" in occitan).
  • The name of the commune in occitan is .
  • Landerrouat (occitan Landeroat) is a commune in the Gironde department in Nouvelle-Aquitaine in southwestern France.
  • (Witness of this disturbed time, the rock of the English, " Lo ròc dels Anglés" in occitan language.
  • Castèl-nòu was the occitan, for "chateau neuf", or "new castle".

  • In occitan, the name of the commune is "Planeses".
  • It was founded in 1922 in Blagnac, in the suburbs of Toulouse. Their nickname, "caouecs", is the occitan word for carrots.
  • Probably from preceltic "ester" (cf. basque "Ezterenzubi", occitan "Esterel").
  • It was founded by 165 Occitan-speaking French immigrants from Aveyron (Avairon in occitan) and one Argentine of direct Irish descent on December 4, 1884.
  • Villages in Béarn are permitted to display street signs in Occitan.

  • "Lo Fiolairé" (occitan "la fialaire", the spinner) is a traditional Occitan song, from the region of Aurillac and Haute-Auvergne, composed by an anonymous author in the Occitan language.
  • Marchois is linked to Limousin (dialect) (north-Occitan) but also to its northern neighbors, the southern dialects of oïl (Poitevin-Saintongeais, berrichon, bourbonnais d'oïl).
  • The word bourride comes from provençal "bourrido" ("borrida" in classical norm of occitan language), which was derived from "bouri/bouli" ("borit/bolit"), "bouilli" (boiled) in French.
  • The Meygal (in occitan "Maigal") is a French mountain region, in the Massif Central, Haute-Loire (Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes).
  • 12. "Syntaxe de l'ancien occitan". Tübingen/West Germany: Max Niemeyer Verlag, "Beihefte zur Zeitschift für romanische Philologie", Vol. 257, 1994. 404 pp.

  • Jean-Baptiste Coye (June 6, 1711 – February 17, 1771) was an Occitan language writer from Mouriès, Provence. His name is written as Joan Baptista Còia in classical occitan.
  • Pierre Brechet (occitan Pèire Brechet, b. 22 May 1956) is an Occitan teacher, scholar, and activist, living in Marseille.
  • Louvie-Soubiron ([...]; Lobièr sobiran or "Lobièr de Haut" in occitan) is a commune in the Pyrénées-Atlantiques department in south-western France.
  • Quinsac ([...]; gascon occitan : "Quinçac") is a commune in the Gironde department in Nouvelle-Aquitaine in southwestern France.
  • Saint-Lys ([...]; "Sent Lis" in gascon occitan) is a commune in the Haute-Garonne department in southwestern France.

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