What would you like to do?
How do you say wipe your face in french?
Je t'aime, mon amour. -- I love you, my love. "dorkface" is not something that translates well.
"Ton visage me manque"
je déteste ton visage
Sécate las lágrimas (dry your tears)
I'm going to punch you in the face. -- Je vais te donner un coup de poing dans la gueule. -- "zhuh veh tuh doh-nay eh[n] koo d(uh) pweh[n] dah[n] lah guhl"
Cats have scent glands on the sides of their faces. When a cat rubs up against someone or something, it is claiming that person or thing as part of its territory. :) Often, th…is is done out of affection for a person who they like and/or lives with them. Also, like the previous poster said, it creates an enjoyable feeling.
Mary Magdalene poured expensive perfume over Jesus' head and feet and wiped his feet with her hair. Read about it in the Bible in Matthew 26:6-7, Mark 14:3, John 11:2, 12:3.
veronica Answer #2 The story of the woman named Veronica who wiped the face of Jesus while he carried his cross is not found in the Bible but told as tradition in the Catho…lic Church.
Le visage is face in french (: face (noun) - le visage la figure
a smiling face is 'un visage souriant' a smiley (smiling yellow face used in internet messages) is commonly called a smiley in French. The official name is "une émoti…cone" (word formed from émotion + icône)
Laver la visage (to wash the face) If you want to say: "I wash my face", you say: "Je lave ma visage".
"Fermez la bouche!" (pronounced FER-meh lah BOOSH) is the popular way of saying "Shut up." Literally it means, "Shut the mouth." You don't say "your" when describing one's bod…y parts. For "shut your face" you would say "Fermez le visage!" (pronounced FER-meh luh vee-SAHZH) but it may be mistranslated by a french speaker as idiocy. Also, "ta gueule !"
vous avez un joli visage
Vous mettre un sourire sur mon visage.
St. Veronica Veronica Veronica That woman's name was Veronica. I'm not sure of that name is given in the Bible, or if it is tradition that gives her that name. . A…ctually, we don't know the lady's name to wiped the face of Our Blessed Lord, tradition gives her name as "Veronica" but this is suspect for the simple reason that Veronica is likely the combination of vera (Latin: true) and eikon (Greek: image) so "Veronica" means "true image" referring to the piece of cloth that has a representation of Our Blessed Lord's face on it. As the actual history is not known either in the canonical Gospels or in the Church's Martyrology, we are just guessing as to its history. Tradition sometimes identifies her as the woman with an issue of blood (Mark 5, 25-34). The veil itself is in St. Peter's Basilica and is one of the greater relics, and may only be handled by the Canon of the Basilica.