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Of, belonging to, or characteristic of Languedoc or its inhabitants.
1An inhabitant of Languedoc in the south of France.
2The dialect of Languedoc, a variety of Occitan.
Mid 17th century; earliest use found in James Wright (bap. 1644, d. 1716/17), antiquary and author. From the name of Languedoc + -ian, after French languedocien, † languedochien (noun) inhabitant of Languedoc, dialect of Occitan spoken in Languedoc, (adjective) of, belonging to, or characteristic of Languedoc or its inhabitants (although this is apparently first attested later: 1714 in idiome languedocien, designating the dialect).
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