Frédéric Godefroy
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Frédéric-Eugène Godefroy​, (born 13 February 1826 in Paris; died 30 September 1897 in Lestelle-Bétharram​) was a French author, notable for his works on the history of the French language​, notably compiling a 10-volume Old French dictionary of over 20,000 pages.
Duval, Frédéric (2003). Frédéric Godefroy: Actes du Xe colloque international sur le moyen français (in French). Paris: Ecole des Chartes. ISBN 2-900791-63-4​.
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