Provencal by Mediterranean Interiors

Provençal may refer to: Of Provence, a region of France Provençal dialect, a dialect of the Occitan language, spoken in the southeast of France Provençal, meaning the whole Occitan language Franco-Provençal language, a distinct Romance language, which should not be confused with the Occitan language or with the Provençal dialect of the Occitan language Provencal cuisine Provencal wine Provencal, Louisiana, a village in the United States Provencal, an alternative name for the Italian wine grape Dolcetto

Article Title : Provençal
Article Snippet :Look up provençal in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Provençal may refer to: Of Provence, a region of France Provençal dialect, a dialect of the Occitan
Article Title : Franco-Provençal
Article Snippet :Franco-Provençal (also Francoprovençal, Patois or Arpitan) is a language within Gallo-Romance originally spoken in east-central France, western Switzerland
Article Title : Occitan language
Article Snippet :langue d'oc) by its native speakers, and sometimes also referred to as Provençal, is a Romance language spoken in Southern France, Monaco, Italy's Occitan
Article Title : Provençal dialect
Article Snippet :Provençal (/ˌprɒvɒ̃ˈsɑːl/, also UK: /-sæl/, US: /ˌproʊ-, -vən-/; Occitan: provençau or prouvençau [pʁuve(n)ˈsaw]) is a variety of Occitan, spoken by people
Article Title : Aioli
Article Snippet :Aioli, allioli or aïoli (/aɪˈoʊli/ or /eɪˈoʊli/; Provençal Occitan: alhòli [aˈʎɔli] or aiòli [aˈjɔli]; Catalan: allioli [ˌaʎiˈɔli]; Spanish: alioli [ˌaliˈoli])
Article Title : Judeo-Provençal
Article Snippet :Judeo-Provençal, Judæo-Occitan or Judæo-Comtadin, are the names given to the varieties of Occitan or Provençal languages historically spoken and/or written
Article Title : Provence
Article Snippet :to Provincia (the province), and as the language evolved from Latin to Provençal, so did the pronunciation and spelling. The coast of Provence has some
Article Title : Old Occitan
Article Snippet :(Modern Occitan: occitan ancian, Catalan: occità antic), also called Old Provençal, was the earliest form of the Occitano-Romance languages, as attested
Article Title : Tapenade
Article Snippet :(French pronunciation: ​[tapəˈnad]; Occitan: tapenada [tapeˈnadɔ]) is a Provençal name for a spread, condiment and culinary ingredient consisting of puréed
Article Title : Jeu provençal
Article Snippet :Jeu provençal ('game of Provence'; also known as boule lyonnaise, "boules of Lyon") is a French form of boules. In Italy, the sport bocce volo, which

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