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Gascon Occitan

Gascon Occitan is used in parts of France and Spain.

Gascon dialects shown below:  Standard, Aranese, and Bearnese.
Occitan-related entries elsewhere:  Alpine, Auvergnat, Languedocien, Limousin, Nicard, Old Occitan, and Provençal.


top Standard Gascon

1) On ei la mia cramba?
 
[oon ey la mio krambo]
 
2) On ei la plaja?
 
[oon ey la plazho]
 
3) On ei lo bar?
 
[oon ey loo ba]
 
4) Ne'm tòques pas ací! [nimm tockes pazassee]

Language information at Wikipedia and Ethnologue



top Aranese (also known as aranés)

The Aranese dialect of Gascon is used in the Aran Valley on the border between Spain and France.

1) A on ei era mia abitacion?

2) A on ei era plaja?

3) A on ei eth bar?

4) Non me tòque aciu! [formal]
         or
    
Non me tòques aciu! [informal]

Language information at Wikipedia and Ethnologue



top Bearnese

The Bearnese dialect of Gascon is used in the former province of Béarn in southwest France.

1) On ei la mia crampa?

2) On ei la plaja?

3) On ei lo bar?

4) Ne'm tocatz pas aquiu!

Language information at Wikipedia

Alternate names for the Bearnese dialect include Béarnais, Barnais, and Biarnese



Writing system information at Omniglot

Alternate names for Gascon Occitan include Aranés, Aranese, Arnais, Gascon, Aranese Occitan, and Occitan


The four essential
travel phrases in English:

1) Where is my room?
2) Where is the beach?
3) Where is the bar?
4) Don't touch me there!
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