- langue d'oïl,
- langue de boeuf,
- langue de chat,
Origin of languet
Examples from the Web for languet
A Latin version, but out of its chronological position in Languet, Epist.The Rise of the Hugenots, Vol. 1 (of 2)|Henry Martyn Baird
The work has been frequently reprinted, the Leipzig edition containing a life of Languet by Treitschke.
I should add, that on Languet's death, his property passed into the hands of his friend Du Plessis.
The authorship of the work by which Languet is best known has been disputed.
Languet, cure of Saint- Sulpice, often went to him, and discoursed most admirably to him.The Memoirs of Louis XIV., His Court and The Regency, Complete|Duc de Saint-Simon
Word Origin for languet
early 15c., literally "little tongue," from French languette, diminutive of langue "tongue," from Latin lingua (see lingual).