[frang-koh-nee-uh n, -kohn-yuh n, fran-] /fræŋˈkoʊ ni ən, -ˈkoʊn yən, fræn-/
a group of West Germanic dialects or languages, consisting of Frankish and the dialects descended from Frankish.
of, relating to, or characteristic of .
of or relating to Franconian.
a group of medieval Germanic dialects spoken by the Franks in an area from N Bavaria and Alsace to the mouth of the Rhine. Low Franconian developed into Dutch, while Upper Franconian contributed to High German, of which it remains a recognizable dialect See also Old Low German, Old High German, Frankish
of or relating to Franconia, the Franks, or their languages
[frang-kuh-fahyl] /ˈfræŋ kəˌfaɪl/ adjective 1. friendly to or having a strong liking for France or the French. noun 2. a person who is friendly to or has a strong admiration of France or the French. /ˈfræŋkəʊˌfaɪl/ noun 1. a person who admires France and the French adjective 2. marked by or possessing admiration of France […]
[frang-kuh-fohb] /ˈfræŋ kəˌfoʊb/ adjective 1. Also, Francophobic. fearing or hating France, the French people, and French culture, products, etc. noun 2. a person who fears or hates France, the French people, French culture, products, etc. /ˈfræŋkəʊˌfəʊb/ noun (sometimes not capital) 1. a person who hates or despises France or its people 2. (Canadian) a person […]
[frang-kuh-fohn] /ˈfræŋ kəˌfoʊn/ adjective 1. Also, Francophonic [frang-kuh-fon-ik] /ˌfræŋ kəˈfɒn ɪk/ (Show IPA). speaking French, especially as a member of a French-speaking population. noun 2. a person who speaks French, especially a native speaker. /ˈfræŋkəʊˌfəʊn/ noun 1. a person who speaks French, esp a native speaker adjective 2. speaking French as a native language 3. […]
[frang-koh-proh-vuh n-sahl, -prov-uh n-] /ˌfræŋ koʊˌproʊ vənˈsɑl, -ˌprɒv ən-/ noun 1. a Romance dialect group of western Switzerland and neighboring parts of France: closely related to both Provençal and northern French.