Lingua Francogallica Acadiana

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Omnes Francogallicae varietates in Ludoviciana. In paroeciis flavis pictis, 4–10%, aurantiis 10–15%, rubris 15–20%, aquilis 20–30% hominum Francogallice vel Francogallice Ludoviciane domi loqui solent.
"Bienvenue en Louisiane": viarium salutationis praeconium in Ludoviciana.

Lingua Francogallica Acadiana (Francogallice français cadien, français cadjin), generatim lingua Francogallica regionalis Ludoviciana appellata, a lingua Francogallica Ludoviciana colonica (vel lingua Francogallica plantationis) distincta,[1] est varietas linguae Francogallicae qua homines plerumque in Ludoviciana civitate Civitatum Foederatarum utuntur, praecipue in paroeciis meridianis, quamquam in Texia meridiorientali etiam insigniter auditur.[2]

Homines notabiles qui Francogallica Acadiana utuntur[recensere | fontem recensere]

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Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Bruce, Clint, et Jennifer Gipson. Cajun French Dictionary and Phrasebook. Hippocrene Books. ISBN 0781809150.
  • Daigle, Jules O. Cajun Self-Taught Swallow Publications. ISBN 0961424540.
  • Daigle, Jules O. A Dictionary of the Cajun Language. Swallow Publications. ISBN 0961424532.
  • Jannise, Harry, et Randall P. Whatley. Conversational Cajun French. Chicot Press. ISBN 0882893165.
  • LaFleur, Amanda. Tonnerre mes chiens! A glossary of Louisiana French figures of speech. Renouveau Publishing. ISBN 0967083893.
  • Rottet, Kevin J. Language Shift in the Coastal Marshes of Louisiana. Peter Lang Publishing. ISBN 0820449806.
  • Valdman, Albert, et al., eds. 2010. Dictionary of Louisiana French as Spoken in Cajun, Creole, and American Indian Communities. Iacksoniae Mississippiae: University Press of Mississippi. ISBN 9781604734034.

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