Brigasc


Brigasc

Brigasc is a dialect of the Ligurian language, having a strong Occitan influence, which is spoken in Italy and France.

Its dialects are the dialect of "Roya", the dialect of "Tanaro" and the dialect of "Argentina", named respectively after the rivers Roya, Tanaro and Argentina. The dialect of Roya is spoken in the French department of Alpes-Maritimes. The dialect of Tanaro is spoken in the Italian province of Cuneo. The dialect of Argentina is spoken in the Italian province of Imperia.

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* [http://www.linguasphere.net/secure/ip/pdf/zones/51.pdf Linguasphere] - Note: PDF file


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