Long gone seamen and traders made Italian its lingua franca.
She nods to me and greets her friends in Sesotho, the lingua franca among black South Africans in this mostly-poor region.
There the lingua franca is Cajun French, and folks love to fiddle, dance and most of all, eat.
Wobanguli began speaking in sonorous tones, using Malay-Dyak dialect, the lingua franca of the residency.
lingua spiralis: the spiral tongue of Lepidoptera: see glossa.
Michel Angelo lived during the golden age of the lingua Toscana.
He used the native expression, and then translated it into lingua Terra.
Bowse repeated the question, in the lingua Franca of those seas.
He speaks the language of Mota, the lingua franca here, you know.
I'm not too good in lingua Terra, outside Basic, at best, and their brand is far from that.
lingua lin·gua (lĭng'gwə)
n. pl. lin·guae (-gwē')
A tonguelike anatomical structure.