grand adj 1 big 2 tall grand m\u00e8re nf grandmother Glossaire Cadien Anglais Cajun

Grand adj 1 big 2 tall grand mère nf grandmother

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grand (adj.) 1. big. 2. tall. grand-mère (n.f.) grandmother.
Glossaire Cadien-Anglais/ Cajun French-English Glossary 143 grand-père (n.m.) grandfather. grappe (n.f.) cluster, as of grapes. gratin (n.m.) in cooked foods, the crust formed by browning in contact with the pot or cooking container. Le gratin dans la chaudière à riz est la meilleure partie. (The crust in the rice pot is the best part.) gratte-à-bombe (n.f.) scouring pad. (LaFourche) gratter (v.t.) to scratch. gratton (n.m.) cracklin. grègue (n.f.) coffeepot. grémille (n.f.) crumb. grenier (n.m.) attic; ceiling. grenouille (n.f.) frog. grimacer (v.i.) to mist; to rain very lightly. grippe (n.f.) flu. gris (adj.) grey. grisgris (n.m.) curse. grive (n.f.) American robin. gros (adj.) 1. fat. 2. big. gros bleu navy blue. gros + color dark. Ils ont peinturé son wagon gros vert . (They painted his wagon dark green.) je t'aime gros I love you very much. [feminine: grosse ] gros bec (n.m.) night heron. grouiller (v.t.) [GROOYEH] to move. gru (n.m.) grits. On a mangé du gru au déjeuner ce matin. (We ate grits for breakfast this morning.) guème (n.m.) rooster. See also: corusse; guime . guêpe (n.f.) wasp. guerre (n.f.) war. la première grande guerre World War I. la deuxième grande guerre World War II. guetter (v.t.) 1. to watch. Alle a mesuré eine cuillerée de vanille et j'ai guetté les ronds de vanille bruns disparaître. (She measured a spoonful of vanilla and I watched the brown circles of vanilla disappear.) - Earlene Broussard, "Le Tablier." 2. to be on the lookout for. guime (n.m.) rooster. See also: guème; corusse . H habillement (n.m.) [AH BEEY MAn] 1. clothing. 2. outfit. habiller (v.t.) [AH BEE YEH] to dress. s'habiller to get dressed; to dress oneself. habitant (n.m.) farmer; farmworker; rural dweller. habitation (n.f.) 1. farm. 2. farmstead. 3. plantation. hacher (v.t.) [HAH SHEH] to chop up. viande hachée ground meat. See also: mouler . haïr (v.t.) [pron. HAH EER] to hate. haïssable (adj.) [pron. HAH-EE-SAHB] hateful; despicable. haler (v.t) [HAHLEH] to pull; to haul. halle (n.f.) [HAHL] meat market. hameçon (n.m.) [AHM SOn] fish hook. hanche (n.f.) [HAnSH] hip. haria (n.m.) [HAH RYAH] 1. troublemaker. 2. no-account person. haricot (n.m.) bean. hélas (n.m.) [EHLAH] sigh. faire des grands hélas [GRAnZEHLAH] to exclaim. herbe (n.f.) grass. l'herbe à la puce poison ivy. les grandes herbes tall grass. L'herbe coquine cockleburr. See also: arcotchin . héron (n.m.) heron. hibou (n.m.) [EEBOO] owl. histoire (n.f.) 1. story. 2. history. See also: conte hiver (n.m.) winter. honnête (adj.) honest. honneur (n.f.) honor. honte (n.f.) shame; embarrassment. avoir honte to be embarrassed. honteux (adj.) 1. embarrassing; scandalous. 2. easily embarrassed (of a person); timid. hormis que (conj.) [AWRMEE KEUH] unless. hôtel (n.m.) hotel. hourra (n.m.) 1. a large quantity. 2. a hubbub. huile (n.f.) 1. oil. 2. petroleum. huit (adj numér.) eight. I ici (adv.) here. Variant: icitte . icitte (adv.) here. Variant: ici . idée (n.f.) 1. idea. 2. mind. faire son idée to make up one's mind.

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