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Friulian

[ free-oo-lee-uhn ]
/ friˈu li ən /
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noun

a Rhaeto-Romanic dialect spoken by about half a million people of the plains of extreme NE Italy.

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Origin of Friulian

1875–80; Friuli region of Italy + -an
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British Dictionary definitions for Friulian

Friulian
/ (frɪˈuːlɪən) /

noun

the Rhaetian dialect spoken in parts of FriuliSee also Ladin, Romansch
an inhabitant of Friuli or a speaker of Friulian

adjective

of or relating to Friuli, its inhabitants, or their language
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