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César Oudin (c. 1560 – 1 October 1625) was a French Hispanist, translator, paremiologist, grammarian and lexicographer. He translated into French La Galatea and the first part of Don Quixote. He wrote a Grammaire espagnolle expliquée en Francois (1597) which, according to Amado Alonso, was the model for most grammars written later in other countries such as those by Heinrich Doergangk, Lorenzo Franciosini, Francisco Sobrino and , among others.

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  • César Oudin (c. 1560 – 1 October 1625) was a French Hispanist, translator, paremiologist, grammarian and lexicographer. He translated into French La Galatea and the first part of Don Quixote. He wrote a Grammaire espagnolle expliquée en Francois (1597) which, according to Amado Alonso, was the model for most grammars written later in other countries such as those by Heinrich Doergangk, Lorenzo Franciosini, Francisco Sobrino and , among others. His dictionary Tesoro de las dos lenguas francesa y española (1607) is based on literary texts and was later used by John Minsheu, Lorenzo Franciosini, John Stevens and other lexicographers; Girolamo Vittori expanded this dictionary with trilingual Tesoro from 1609, later plagiarized by Oudin in his Trésor of 1616. (en)
  • César Oudin (* um 1560 in der Champagne; † 1. Oktober 1625 in Paris) war offizieller Hofdolmetscher für den französischen König Heinrich IV. und Übersetzer, der u. a. die erste französische Übersetzung von Don Quijote anfertigte. (de)
  • César Oudin (né vers 1560 - mort le 1er octobre 1625) est un grammairien, lexicographe et hispaniste français. (fr)
  • Цезарь Уден (фр. César Oudin; около 1560 — 1 октября 1625) — французский лексикограф, грамматик. Секретарь и переводчик французского короля Генриха IV. (ru)
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  • César Oudin (* um 1560 in der Champagne; † 1. Oktober 1625 in Paris) war offizieller Hofdolmetscher für den französischen König Heinrich IV. und Übersetzer, der u. a. die erste französische Übersetzung von Don Quijote anfertigte. (de)
  • César Oudin (né vers 1560 - mort le 1er octobre 1625) est un grammairien, lexicographe et hispaniste français. (fr)
  • Цезарь Уден (фр. César Oudin; около 1560 — 1 октября 1625) — французский лексикограф, грамматик. Секретарь и переводчик французского короля Генриха IV. (ru)
  • César Oudin (c. 1560 – 1 October 1625) was a French Hispanist, translator, paremiologist, grammarian and lexicographer. He translated into French La Galatea and the first part of Don Quixote. He wrote a Grammaire espagnolle expliquée en Francois (1597) which, according to Amado Alonso, was the model for most grammars written later in other countries such as those by Heinrich Doergangk, Lorenzo Franciosini, Francisco Sobrino and , among others. (en)
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  • César Oudin (de)
  • César Oudin (es)
  • César Oudin (en)
  • César Oudin (fr)
  • Уден, Цезарь (ru)
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