Languedoc definition by Webster's New World
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historical region of S France, between the E Pyrenees & the lower Rhone
Languedoc definition by American Heritage Dictionary
A historical region and former province of south-central France on an arm of the Mediterranean Sea west of the Rhone River. Named after the Romance language of its inhabitants, it was conquered by the Franks in the eighth century and incorporated into the French royal domain in 1271.