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00:41 Sep 19, 2007
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Catalan to English translations [PRO] Art/Literary - Poetry & Literature
Catalan term or phrase:Qui beu vi, viu be’
The full context is:
Qui beu vi, viu be’
qui beu vi, be’ viu
qui vi beu, viu be’
But I am not at all sure thrt this is not Old Italian rather than Old French, or perhaps even Provencal.
AFAIK it's not old French, sounds more like Catalan or old Spanish, you should ask with these pairs
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He who drinks wine, is a rich man / lives well
Explanation: This is clearly Catalan, one of the most beautiful languages in the Latin language family, and which is indeed related with Occitan and Provenal, as the 3 are langues d'oc, and not langue d'oïl, which was the origin dialect for modern French.