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DZOYÉ means "to play" in patois, the language of the heart, an antique and vibrant French Provençal dialect - still spoken today in the Aosta Valley.

DZOYÉ means "to play" in patois, the language of the heart, an antique and vibrant French Provençal dialect - still spoken today in the Aosta Valley.

DZOYÉ means "to play" in patois, the language of the heart, an antique and vibrant French Provençal dialect - still spoken today in the Aosta Valley.

DZOYÉ means "to play" in patois, the language of the heart, an antique and vibrant French Provençal dialect - still spoken today in the Aosta Valley.

DZOYÉ means "to play" in patois, the language of the heart, an antique and vibrant French Provençal dialect - still spoken today in the Aosta Valley.

DZOYÉ means "to play" in patois, the language of the heart, an antique and vibrant French Provençal dialect - still spoken today in the Aosta Valley.

DZOYÉ means "to play" in patois, the language of the heart, an antique and vibrant French Provençal dialect - still spoken today in the Aosta Valley.

DZOYÉ means "to play" in patois, the language of the heart, an antique and vibrant French Provençal dialect - still spoken today in the Aosta Valley.

DZOYÉ means "to play" in patois, the language of the heart, an antique and vibrant French Provençal dialect - still spoken today in the Aosta Valley.

DZOYÉ means "to play" in patois, the language of the heart, an antique and vibrant French Provençal dialect - still spoken today in the Aosta Valley.

DZOYÉ means "to play" in patois, the language of the heart, an antique and vibrant French Provençal dialect - still spoken today in the Aosta Valley.

DZOYÉ means "to play" in patois, the language of the heart, an antique and vibrant French Provençal dialect - still spoken today in the Aosta Valley.

DZOYÉ means "to play" in patois, the language of the heart, an antique and vibrant French Provençal dialect - still spoken today in the Aosta Valley.

DZOYÉ means "to play" in patois, the language of the heart, an antique and vibrant French Provençal dialect - still spoken today in the Aosta Valley.

DZOYÉ means "to play" in patois, the language of the heart, an antique and vibrant French Provençal dialect - still spoken today in the Aosta Valley.

DZOYÉ means "to play" in patois, the language of the heart, an antique and vibrant French Provençal dialect - still spoken today in the Aosta Valley.

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