French, Cajun Language

cajun french is a variety of the french language spoken primarily in Louisiana, specifically in the southern and southwe... See more >>>


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DCL = Dictionary of the cajun Language. DLF = Dictionary of Louisiana french. PLEASE Most of us know "s'il vous plaît" as the french and cajun way of saying "Please".Literally means "If you please" We've also learned that the word "Donc" has the implied meaning of "Please" when used in certain statements / requests.
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thank you in cajun is merci beaucoup, Many people speak cajun french in Louisianan. It is different than the traditional french spoken in France.
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vous (pron.) [VOO] you (formal) [In cajun french, vous is much less frequently heard than the familiar tu or toi, even among people who don't know each other. Vous is used to show respect, in particular in speaking with elderly people.] vous-autres (prn.) [pron. VOOZAWT] you (plural); y'all.
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The cajun french is a term used to identify the Colonial district and Louisiana Regional french area in southern parishes. The historical language used by the cajun people descended from Acadian settlers from Canada. Here is a look at some of the most popular cajun french Sayings every documented. Allons (Al lohn) - Let's go. Andouille (ahn-do-ee) - A spicy country sausage used in Gumbo and ...
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Check out the quick guide to cajun sayings below and learn how to speak cajun french. When using the pronunciation guide, the (n) represents nasalized vowels. cajun and zydeco music frequently uses washboards called frottiors as instruments. Head to a fais do-do to kick up your heels to live cajun music.
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french Phrases. Common expressions you might hear in Lafayette, LA. Allons (Al lohn): Let's go. Lache pas la patate (Losh pa la pa tot): Don't let go of the potato or don't give up (a testament to the enduring spirit of the cajun people ). Andouille (ahn-do-ee): A spicy country sausage used in Gumbo and other cajun dishes.
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cajun french is different from the language spoke in France. The Acadians migrated from France over 300 years ago. Just as Americans speak English differently after being separated from England for hundreds of years, the same is true of the Acadians. french cajuns and french citizens can understand each other, but with difficulty.
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In Louisiana, this term refers to how you’d like your po’boy. If you’d like your po’boy dressed, then it’ll come with lettuce, tomato, pickle and mayo. 2. Cher. Used as a term of endearment, meaning "love" or "dear". 3. Fais do-do. This cajun term refers to a a party that lasts long into the night. 4.
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