Occitania

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English[edit]

Occitania

Proper noun[edit]

Occitania

  1. A region of Europe corresponding to Southern France, Auvergne, Limousin, and some parts of Catalonia and Italy, where the Occitan language was widely spoken and is still spoken.

Etymology[edit]

From Latin Occitania. [1]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ John NUTT (1711). Europe in Two Volumes, with Sixty Eight Maps, Sanson's Tables, &c. p. 1140 see on Google Books.

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