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Etymology

From Srednji Engleski Frenche, Frensch, Frensc, Frenshe, Frenkisch, Franche, from Stari Engleski Frenċisċ (French, literally Frankish), equivalent to Frank +‎ -ish. Cognate with Danski fransk (French), Švedski fransk, fransysk (French), Islandski franska (French). Compare Frankish.

Pronunciation

Noun

French (countable and uncountable, plural French)

  1. (uncountable) A Romance language spoken primarily in France, Belgium, Switzerland, Quebec, Valle d'Aosta and many former French colonies.
    • Lua greška in Modul:quote at line 179: attempt to call field 'quote_impl' (a nil value).
      Almost three quarters of the population 65 and older reported speaking French.
    • Lua greška in Modul:quote at line 179: attempt to call field 'quote_impl' (a nil value).
      Although he would spend the rest of his life in France, Picasso never mastered the language, and during those early years he was especially self-conscious about how bad his French was.
  2. (collective in the plural) People of France, collectively.
    The French and the English have often been at war.
    • Lua greška in Modul:quote at line 179: attempt to call field 'quote_impl' (a nil value).
      On the way, scouts reported that some French were heading toward them across the ice.
  3. (informal) Vulgar language.
    Pardon my French.

Usage notes

When used to refer collectively to people of France, the word French is preceded by the definite article or some other determiner.

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Proper noun

French

  1. A surname​.

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Adjective

French (comparative more French, superlative most French)

  1. Of or relating to France.
    the French border with Italy
  2. Of or relating to the people or culture of France.
    French customs
  3. Of or relating to the French language.
    French verbs
  4. (prostitute's slang) Oral sex, usually meaning fellatio, sometimes cunnilingus.[1]

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References

  1. French, adj. and n. 3c. Oxford English Dictionary (subscription required). Retrieved: 2015-10-06.

Verb

French (third-person singular simple present Frenches, present participle Frenching, simple past and past participle Frenched)

  1. Alternative letter-case form of french
    • Lua greška in Modul:quote at line 179: attempt to call field 'quote_impl' (a nil value).
      Even before I thought about what I was doing we Frenched and kissed with tongues.

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French (engleski)

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French (engleski)

Slogovi: -,  mn. -

Izgovor:

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Morfološke varijacije:

Značenja:

[1] muško ime

Skraćenice:

Poreklo:

Poznati nosioci imena:

Primeri:

[1] -


Prevodi

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  • Nemački:
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