French synonyms

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French spoken after the fifteenth century.
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Of ancient Gaul or its people or culture
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Of or relating to the peoples, countries, or cultures of Latin America.
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Referring to the culture or people of France
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The French people
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The French tongue
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the people of France
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Designating, of, or constituting any of the languages derived from Vulgar Latin, as Italian, Spanish, French, Portuguese, or Romanian
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A group of French dialects spoken in medieval S France and surviving in Provençal
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The French tongue
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Of or characteristic of Paris, its people or culture, or the variety of French spoken there
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Of or derived from the ancient Romans.
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Referring to the French language
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The French people
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The French people
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Plural form of basque
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Plural form of Breton
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The French people
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Plural form of Gascon
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Plural form of Gaul
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Plural form of norman
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Plural form of Picard
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The French people
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Plural form of Savoyard
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The French people
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A native or inhabitant of Quebec, especially a French-speaking one.
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Plural form of Quebecer
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The French people
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The French people
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A historical division of the French language, spoken roughly from 1340 to 1610, during which French became established as the official language of France.
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The French language from the 800s to around the end of the 1500s.
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The French tongue
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United States sculptor who created the seated marble figure of Abraham Lincoln in the Lincoln Memorial in Washington D.C. (1850-1931)
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Any of the Scandinavians who occupied Normandy in the 10th cent. a.d.
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The form of this dialect used in English law until the 17th century.
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The French tongue
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The French language as used in Canada.
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