Walloon

(from the article `Fleming and Walloon`) members of the two predominant cultural and linguistic groups of modern Belgium. The Flemings, who numbered about 6 million in the late 20th ... ...families of western Europe. With the exception of a small German-speaking population in the eastern part of the country, Belgium is divided ... ....
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Walloon

(from the article `French language`) ...Occitan`s major dialect, Proven├žal, was a widely used medieval literary language. Regional dialects of French survive for the most part only in ...
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Walloon

[n] - a member of the French-speaking people living in Belgium 2. [n] - dialect of French spoken in Belgium and adjacent parts of France
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Walloon

noun dialect of French spoken in Belgium and adjacent parts of France
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Walloon

A French-speaking people of southeastern Belgium and adjacent areas of France. The name `Walloon` is etymologically linked to `Welsh`. ...
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Walloon

A French-speaking people of southeastern Belgium and adjacent areas of France. The name `Walloon` is etymologically linked to `Welsh`
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Walloon

The Walloon are a French-speaking (Walloon is a northern French dialect) people of south-east Belgium and adjacent areas of France. The name Walloon is etymologically linked to Welsh.
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Walloon

Walloon is slang for a fool.
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