Burgundian language

Burgundian language

The Burgundian language may refer to:

*The Oïl language, Burgundian language, known in French as Bourguignon, spoken in the region of Burgundy. It is one of the Languages of France. Sometimes the Franc-Comtois language is referred to as part of the Burgundian group.

*The Burgundian language (Germanic), the extinct East Germanic language of the Burgundians.

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