one of a people inhabiting chiefly the southern and southeastern parts of Belgium and adjacent regions in France.
the French dialect spoken by the Walloons.
of or relating to the Walloons or their language.
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How to use Walloon in a sentence
The Pacification of Ghent was broken at the opening of 1579 by the secession of the Walloon provinces of the southern border.History of the English People | John Richard Green
The first province which was seized with the fanatical spirit of rebellion was, as had been expected, Walloon Flanders.The Revolt of The Netherlands, Complete | Friedrich Schiller
In the mean while, Baum took post on the banks of the Walloon creek, to await the arrival of his auxiliaries.Great Events in the History of North and South America | Charles A. Goodrich
In Walloon the w is preserved—cour (quart), cuitter; as is the case in English—quart, quit.
In the north-east s before t is still retained—Walloon chestai (chteau, castellum), fiess (fte).
British Dictionary definitions for Walloon
a member of a French-speaking people living chiefly in S Belgium and adjacent parts of France: Compare Fleming 1
the French dialect of Belgium
of, relating to, or characteristic of the Walloons or their dialect
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