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He's pure trash! It's filthy behind the refrigerator. Comment tu crois? How do you like that? What do you think of that? DAHT] date. Quoi c'est la date aujourd'hui? What's the date today? Somewhat similar to the English term of respect for the dead "the late That's where poor old Uncle Pierre worked before the war. See also: chandelle de glace. Where are you from?

See also: venir. On dirait une femme de vingt-cinq ans! Look at Henry's daughter! She looks like a 25 year old woman! Jacques learns well at school, but his brother is rather slow. Elle mange p'us dedouceur depuis qu'elle a la maladie de sucre. She doesn't eat sweets anymore since she has diabetes. You mustn't go there! Nothing but trashy people hang out in that place. Turn to the right after the church. I found it just in front of the house. The Cajun drole is rather pejorative. No wonder; it's not surpising that.

He dropped his drink on the ground. Variant to reflect pronunciation: alle [used in front of words beginning with vowel sounds]. Il est parti avec elle. He left with her. It's she who told me that. Marie took on the responsibility of finding us a place to stay.

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La petite fille s'ennuie de ses parents. The little girl misses her parents. I've almost finished wrapping the presents. Les oiseaux s'envolent dans le sud en hiver. Birds fly south in the winter. Are you ready? The children wait for the bus in front of the store. Oscar est dehors. Oscar is outside.

On est parent avec Monsieur Babineaux. We are related to Mr. I went to the dance last night. I don't like to be late. Pierre worked with them for 20 years. They can't understand French. Both the 3rd person singular and 3rd person plural forms are heard. I smelled the egg to see if it was rotten.

The weather is The weather is hot. Il fait beau. The weather is nice. It's sunny. Dans le vieux temps le monde avait l'habitude de faire maigre tous les vendredis. I think they're going to get engaged at Christmas. Variants: fin-fi-fond; fin-si-fond. He fell three times from his horse, but each time he got on again. I was already out of babyhood, of the age of reason, when my mother died.

How old was he [in speaking of a young child]? Les contes de loup-garou me donnent des frissons. Werewolf tales give me the chills. Variant spelling: fromille. Variant: fourmi.

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Variant spelling: fromi. My son lives not far from here. Variant spelling: garocher. See also: alliance. Ils se ressemblent comme deux gouttes d'eau. They resemble each other like two drops of water. The crust in the rice pot is the best part. American robin. They painted his wagon dark green. We ate grits for breakfast this morning. See also: corusse; guime. She measured a spoonful of vanilla and I watched the brown circles of vanilla disappear. See also: mouler.

L'herbe coquine cockleburr. See also: arcotchin. Ils is typically used to refer to both masculine and feminine groups. Moi itou, je veux partir. I want to leave, too. Variant: aussi. It's going pretty well today. Viens jouer avec moi! Come play with me! See also: besson. We get off of school at Edouard se lamente tout le temps qu'il a pas assez d'argent.

Edouard complains all the time that he doesn't have enough money. Get up, we have school today! Catherine wanted to spend the night tonight at her grandmother's, but she forgot her clothes. My father quit school after the fourth grade. Variant: rougarou. For example, one could be a cheval-garou enchanted horse. The loupgarou and other garou phenomena were legends known in the southeastern part of Louisiana and typically unfamiliar to inhabitants of the western prairies.

See also: faucheuse. Ca me fait du mal quand je marche. It hurts when I walk. I don't like the way he looks at me. My brother-in-law is kind of lazy. He shot too fast and he missed the duck. I almost broke a leg when I fell. Chanson traditionelle: "La valse de Holly Beach" The mousquitos at up my sweetheart; they left only her big toes.

See also: moustique. Are you going to mask for Mardi Gras this year? LSU beat Tulane badly last night. I was raised in Mermentau. Variant: Mentav. Je fais le mieux que je peux. I do the best that I can. Il y a pas rien dans le monde que tu peux faire pour l'aider. There's nothing in the world you can do to help him. Mon monde devient de Scott. My people come from Scott. There were two deaths in last night's accident. The SF pleuvoir is used more rarely.

Ground meat. I grind my coffee myself. Variant: moudre. Variant spellings: nyc, nique. Uncle Octave wants to go to New Orleans with us. I didn't want to argue with my mother. Variant spelling: ostiner the "b" sound is typically not pronounced in this word in CF. Uncle Adam gave me this horse. He took off his shoes before entering the house.

See also: canne. This tradition is well known in Evangeline, Avoyelles, and Acadia Parishes and some other areas in southwest Acadiana. Ces deux robes sont exactement pareilles. These two dresses are exactly alike. Je peux pas partir mon char. I can't start my car. I am sorry; That hurts me. Thus, a listener will hear "une 'tite maison" or "un 'tit chien.

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Typically used in the expression un petit peu. Il a mis un petit peu de piment dans la sauce. He put a little pepper in the sauce. Tu parles anglais? Un petit peu. Do you speak English? A little. See also: brin. PYAS] dollar. Things are going well. Pont Breaux n. Breaux Bridge. Every year in May, there's a big festival in Breaux Bridge. On a pour propter la maison avant que la compagnie arrive. We have to clean the house before the company arrives. My husband works long hours so that I can stay home with the children.

Why isn't Uncle Justilien buried next to his wife? We'll have our coffee on the porch. He started drinking a lot after the death of his son. When we found Henry, he was almost dead from hunger. The baby has grown a lot since the last time I saw him. Elle a une chambre bien propre. She has a very clean room. J'aimerais avoir ma propre chambre. I would like to have my own room.

What kind of ice cream to do you want? I want a good quality cloth. I don't like to dance, but I'll go the dance anyway. I don't know what the date is because I don't have a calendar. Variant spelling to reflect variant pronunciation : tcheu. KEE] 1. Who wants to go fishing with me? Qui t'as fait avec tes outils? What did you do with your tools?

Quoi faire t'as pas venu veiller hier au soir? Why didn't you come visiting last night? Variant spellings to reflect pronunciation: kofaire; quo'faire. See also: pourquoi. Raconte-moi de tes nouvelles. Tell me your news. That reminds me of a song that Mom used to sing to rock the babies. I really miss my dog Fido who died last spring. You didn't answer my question! He looks like his father. Variant: arien.

There's nothing we can do for him. Feminine: russienne. Saline n. Avery Island. My grandfather was raised on Avery Island. He got drunk last night. T'en as fait? It smells like coffee in here. Did you make some? Quand you feel that when I touch your toes? I don't feel well this morning. I think I've caught a flu. That disturbs my sleep.

Il avait pas sommeil. He wasn't sleepy. Ils sont contents. They are happy. I just spoke with my mother-in-law. When I was young we paid five cents a gallon for gas. As for you, you're always late! Ces enfants se battent un tas. Those children fight a lot. In my grandparents' day, girls did not go to dances without their mothers.

Toussaint n. All Saints' Day. We have to clean the cemetery for All Saints' Day. Laisse-moi tranquille! Leave me alone! Quit bothering me! C'est mieux de danser dessus un plancher qu'est bien uni. It's better to danse on a floor that is nice and smooth. He became pale when he heard the news. Go see about your children. We have tried to make the entries and explanations as clear and straightforward as possible. We'll be adding entries on a regular basis as we need them for courses, so please check with us again.

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Also, keep in mind that regional variants in pronunciation abound in CF Cajun French. The pronunciation given here will be typical but not necessarily the "only way" the term is pronounced in Louisiana. That's Esta's dog. From SF accomoder. Marie et Jacques s'adonnent bien avec leurs voisins.

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Marie and Jacques get along well with their neighbors. It so happened that Philippe and I were in the same class. They don't like the boy their daughter is going out with. These two forms more accurately represent the pronunciation of the pronoun in context, but many Louisiana French writers prefer to use the SF elle in general to represent the subject pronoun. She didn't want to talk to you because she was really angry. SF elle.

Form of aller to go. Let's go. Allons au festival! Let's go to the festival! Allons danser! Let's dance! Allons dire que t'es dans un accident. Let's suppose you're in an accident. SF attacher. He doesn't listen to anyone because he's in love. Cet homme est beaucoup amoureux.

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That man is a womanizer. The store belonged to Gilbert Trahan. After the dance, we went to eat at Cecile's house. We were sleeping when he called. See also: essayer. Get down from there right now! Parle plus fort! Je peux pas t'attendre. Speak louder. I can't hear you. See also: picocher. I went fishing yesterday morning, but I didn't catch anything but a cold.

Attrape la gazette sus le comptoir. Grab the newspaper on the counter. I want to see who won the race. The two guys were running neck and neck up until the end of the race. We're going to move next to my father-in-law's place. On va se revoir au ras de cinq heures. We'll see each other again around 5 o'clock. Variant to reflect pronunciation: aussitte.

Avant le souper, on a besoin de se laver. Before supper, we have to wash up. He bought his car from Howard Fontenot. Do you want to go to the dance with me tonight? Variant spelling: badjeuler. Variant spelling: badgeuler. My boyfriend and I have been together for two years. Look at the beautiful baby! Feminine: belle. That's quite a big melon! Variant: bibi. Donne-moi un petit bec doux, cher! Give me a sweet little kiss, dear! See also: jumeau. See also: camisole. Do you prefer fresh or smoked sausage? Bouki n. What's happening, buddy? When you see buds on the pecan trees, it's a sign that there will be no more freezes.

Il a mis un petit brin de piment dans la sauce. He put a little bit of pepper in the gravy. That's the courthouse. They drink and they smoke and they stay out all night. That man there never worked a day in his life! The CF usage cited here is also common in the Antilles.

Variant spelling: cadjin. Variant: chouboulure. There'salways something wrong. If it's not one thing, it's another. In plantation-style homes, the shutters opened sideways. Variant to reflect pronunciation: chasse-femme. My brother worked for twelve years in the oil fields. See also the Lafourche Parish variant: champ.

Tu parles d'un drole de coco! Aldus Hebert? You talk about a strange bird! Someone is knocking at the door. Variant spelling to reflect pronunciation: cocombre. See also: raconter. Variant spelling: corusse. She feels guilty because she didn't want to give money to her brother. By extension, the wreath and veil ensemble worn by a bride. SF toit.

In LaFourche area, toit usually refers to the roof of a lean-to or other primitive shelter. My father cannot eat gumbo without crackers. SF biscuit. Figurative low class person or people. Tu vas pas te marier avec lui! C'est de la crasse pure! You're not going to marry him! He's pure trash! It's filthy behind the refrigerator.

Comment tu crois? How do you like that? What do you think of that? DAHT] date. Quoi c'est la date aujourd'hui? What's the date today? Somewhat similar to the English term of respect for the dead "the late That's where poor old Uncle Pierre worked before the war. See also: chandelle de glace. Where are you from? See also: venir.

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Tout se passe dans les coulisses. Pourquoi poses-tu la question? This feels good Trois est normal. Did you receive any postcards from any friends? Yes, they are tall. I wanted to quit my job but decided to wait and see if any laws are going to change soon regarding business start ups.

On dirait une femme de vingt-cinq ans! Look at Henry's daughter! She looks like a 25 year old woman! Jacques learns well at school, but his brother is rather slow. Elle mange p'us dedouceur depuis qu'elle a la maladie de sucre. She doesn't eat sweets anymore since she has diabetes. You mustn't go there! Nothing but trashy people hang out in that place. Turn to the right after the church. I found it just in front of the house.

The Cajun drole is rather pejorative. No wonder; it's not surpising that. He dropped his drink on the ground. Variant to reflect pronunciation: alle [used in front of words beginning with vowel sounds]. Il est parti avec elle. He left with her. It's she who told me that. Marie took on the responsibility of finding us a place to stay.

La petite fille s'ennuie de ses parents. The little girl misses her parents. I've almost finished wrapping the presents. Les oiseaux s'envolent dans le sud en hiver. Birds fly south in the winter. Are you ready? The children wait for the bus in front of the store. Oscar est dehors. Oscar is outside. On est parent avec Monsieur Babineaux. We are related to Mr. I went to the dance last night. I don't like to be late. Pierre worked with them for 20 years. They can't understand French. Both the 3rd person singular and 3rd person plural forms are heard.

I smelled the egg to see if it was rotten. The weather is The weather is hot. Il fait beau. The weather is nice. It's sunny. Dans le vieux temps le monde avait l'habitude de faire maigre tous les vendredis. I think they're going to get engaged at Christmas. Variants: fin-fi-fond; fin-si-fond. He fell three times from his horse, but each time he got on again. I was already out of babyhood, of the age of reason, when my mother died. How old was he [in speaking of a young child]? Les contes de loup-garou me donnent des frissons. Werewolf tales give me the chills.

Variant spelling: fromille. Variant: fourmi.

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Variant spelling: fromi. My son lives not far from here. Variant spelling: garocher. See also: alliance. Ils se ressemblent comme deux gouttes d'eau. They resemble each other like two drops of water. The crust in the rice pot is the best part. American robin. They painted his wagon dark green. We ate grits for breakfast this morning. See also: corusse; guime. She measured a spoonful of vanilla and I watched the brown circles of vanilla disappear.

See also: mouler. L'herbe coquine cockleburr. See also: arcotchin. Ils is typically used to refer to both masculine and feminine groups. Moi itou, je veux partir. I want to leave, too. Variant: aussi. It's going pretty well today. Viens jouer avec moi! Come play with me! See also: besson. We get off of school at Edouard se lamente tout le temps qu'il a pas assez d'argent.

Edouard complains all the time that he doesn't have enough money. Get up, we have school today! Catherine wanted to spend the night tonight at her grandmother's, but she forgot her clothes. My father quit school after the fourth grade. Variant: rougarou. For example, one could be a cheval-garou enchanted horse. The loupgarou and other garou phenomena were legends known in the southeastern part of Louisiana and typically unfamiliar to inhabitants of the western prairies. See also: faucheuse. Ca me fait du mal quand je marche.

It hurts when I walk. I don't like the way he looks at me. My brother-in-law is kind of lazy. He shot too fast and he missed the duck. I almost broke a leg when I fell. Chanson traditionelle: "La valse de Holly Beach" The mousquitos at up my sweetheart; they left only her big toes. See also: moustique. Are you going to mask for Mardi Gras this year? LSU beat Tulane badly last night. I was raised in Mermentau.

Variant: Mentav. Je fais le mieux que je peux.