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Burgundian

1. An extinct language of the Germanic language group spoken by the Burgundians. It was a living language in the 5th century AD in southeast Gaul.

2. An dialect of Old French[?] in the region of Burgundy. Sometimes the Franc-Comptois dialect is referred to as part of the Burgundian group.



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