Gallo-Roman (adj.) Look up Gallo-Roman at Dictionary.com
"belonging to Gaul when it was part of the Roman Empire," from comb. form of Gaul + Roman. In reference to a language, and as a noun, it means the language spoken in France from the end of the fifth century C.E. to the middle of the ninth, a form of Vulgar Latin with local modifications and additions from Gaulish that then developed into what linguists call Old French.