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The Crescent (Occitan: lo Creissent; French: le Croissant) is a crescent-shaped linguistic zone, located in far northern Occitania (i.e. southern central France), where people traditionally speak varieties of the Occitan language (of the Lemosin and Auvernhat dialects) with transition features toward French; nevertheless Occitan features remain dominant. The first author who coined the name Crescent was linguist Jules Ronjat, in his 1913 PhD thesis. A prominent study about the Crescent is Guylaine Brun-Trigaud's PhD Thesis: Le Croissant: le concept et le mot (1990).

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  • Le Croissant (le Creissent en langue d'oc) est une zone de transition linguistique entre langue d'oc et langue d'oïl située dans le centre de la France en forme de croissant, où l'on parle des variétés de limousin et d'auvergnat qui ont des traits de transition vers le français (langue d'oïl). Le premier auteur qui a utilisé le terme de Croissant fut le linguiste Jules Ronjat, dans sa thèse de 1913. Parfois, les parlers du Croissant du côté limousin, à l'ouest, sont aussi appelés marchois mais ils ne correspondent pas exactement à l'extension de la province de la Marche.
  • The Crescent (Occitan: lo Creissent; French: le Croissant) is a crescent-shaped linguistic zone, located in far northern Occitania (i.e. southern central France), where people traditionally speak varieties of the Occitan language (of the Lemosin and Auvernhat dialects) with transition features toward French; nevertheless Occitan features remain dominant. The first author who coined the name Crescent was linguist Jules Ronjat, in his 1913 PhD thesis. A prominent study about the Crescent is Guylaine Brun-Trigaud's PhD Thesis: Le Croissant: le concept et le mot (1990).
  • Il Crescente (lo Creissent in occitano, le Croissant in francese) è una zona all'estremo nord dell'Occitania dove si parlano delle varietà di limosino e di alverniate (occitano o lingua d'oc) che hanno tratti di transizione verso il francese (lingua d'oïl), anche se restano dominanti le caratteristiche della lingua occitana. Il primo autore ad utilizzare il termine Crescente fu il linguista occitano Jules Ronjat, nella sua tesi del 1913.
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  • Le Croissant (le Creissent en langue d'oc) est une zone de transition linguistique entre langue d'oc et langue d'oïl située dans le centre de la France en forme de croissant, où l'on parle des variétés de limousin et d'auvergnat qui ont des traits de transition vers le français (langue d'oïl). Le premier auteur qui a utilisé le terme de Croissant fut le linguiste Jules Ronjat, dans sa thèse de 1913. Parfois, les parlers du Croissant du côté limousin, à l'ouest, sont aussi appelés marchois mais ils ne correspondent pas exactement à l'extension de la province de la Marche.
  • Il Crescente (lo Creissent in occitano, le Croissant in francese) è una zona all'estremo nord dell'Occitania dove si parlano delle varietà di limosino e di alverniate (occitano o lingua d'oc) che hanno tratti di transizione verso il francese (lingua d'oïl), anche se restano dominanti le caratteristiche della lingua occitana. Il primo autore ad utilizzare il termine Crescente fu il linguista occitano Jules Ronjat, nella sua tesi del 1913. Talvolta, le parlate del Crescente adiacenti al limosino, verso ovest, sono anche chiamate marchois ma non corrispondono esattamente all'estensione della provincia della Marche.
  • The Crescent (Occitan: lo Creissent; French: le Croissant) is a crescent-shaped linguistic zone, located in far northern Occitania (i.e. southern central France), where people traditionally speak varieties of the Occitan language (of the Lemosin and Auvernhat dialects) with transition features toward French; nevertheless Occitan features remain dominant. The first author who coined the name Crescent was linguist Jules Ronjat, in his 1913 PhD thesis. A prominent study about the Crescent is Guylaine Brun-Trigaud's PhD Thesis: Le Croissant: le concept et le mot (1990).
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