Orleanais Language
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Orleanais Language
Native toFrance
Native speakers
Latin (French alphabet)
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The Orléanais dialect is a langue d'oïl that was part of a dialect group called Francien.[1]

The dialect covers three departments, corresponding to the territory of Orléanais, former province of the kingdom of France: Loir-et-Cher, Loiret and Eure-et-Loir. It and other Francien dialects such as Berrichon progressively dissolved into a regional variant of French.[1]


  1. ^ a b Hervé, Abalain (2007). Le francais et les langues historiques de la France. Paris: J.-P. Gisserot. p. 156. ISBN 9782877478816. OCLC 91791588.

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