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Acadian to Cajun TES

ACADIAN TO CAJUN vocabulary

QuestionAnswer
francophone A French speaking person
la terre land
la mer the sea
une vie a life
un bateau a boat
un(e) fiancé(e) someone you're engaged to be married to
un voyage a journey (trip)
le dérangement the trouble, disturbance
un pays a country
un marécage a swamp, marsh
une ville a city
une croisière a crossing
un mot a word
une soirée a social evening, a party
la nourriture food
un ensemble a musical group, ensemble
une langue a language
un(e) propriétaire an owner
un homard a lobster
une épice a spice
un Acadien an Acadian
La Nouvelle-Écosse Nova Scotia
Le Nouveau-Brounswick New Brunswick
une Français(e) A Frenchman/woman
une Anglais(e) An Englishman/woman
La Louisiane Louisiana
un bayou a swamp, marsh - bayou
le gombo gumbo, a stew
une écrivisse a crawfish
un ouaouaron a bullfrog
maritime maritime, close to the sea
premier first
cultivable suitable for growing crops
déporté deported
pénible painful
étranger/étrangère foreign (or a foreigner)
plein(e) full
défendu forbidden
familial of the family
étrange strange
reconnaître to recognize
se trouver to be found
fête to celebrate; to party
adapter to adapt
souhaiter to wish
dire to say
laisser to leave, to let, to allow
rouler to roll
laissez les bons temps rouler let the good times roll
Created by: lfineman