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What does Mon petit chou mean in French?
The first part "j'taime aussi" means simple "I love you too". "Mon petit" is a term of endearment meaning literally "my little one". It is close in meaning to the English "m…y dear". The use of the masculine possessive pronoun "mon" and the masculine form of the adjective for little implies that the person being addressed is a boy.
Mon fils means "my son".
It means my little trianon. Le Trianon is a toy hamlet built in the park of the Versailles palace, where the queen Marie-Antoinette pretended to play the shepherdess. There …were two of these decorative hamlets, a small one (le Grand Trianon) and a tiny one, (le Petit Trianon) which is essentially a small rococo castle, in the park of the palace. The French middle-class who were able to build some property often refered pleasantly to their place as their 'petit Trianon', as if it was something lavish and fit for the queen herself.
That phrase is not good French. The french expression ma petite cherie (referring to a woman) or mon petit cheri (referring to a man) is a term of affection, like "sweet…heart" or "my dear". Literally it means "my little dear one".
"My little someone special." Though, literally chou means cabbage. It's a pet name that couples and/or good friends use. (French)
"mon petit vieux" means "my old buddy" in French
it means "my boyfriend"
It should be "ma petite belle", not "mon" ("mon" is for men in this context). "Ma petite belle" is equivalent to "my girlfriend." J'aime ma petite belle. = I love my girlfr…iend.
my little one
"mon petit pois" = "my little pea" But I don't know anybody who would use this expression in French.
The literal translation of a "petit chou" is a little cabbage. This term is generally used however to express how cute or sweet someone is. In English we usually say, "honey" …or "sweetie".
"My little cauliflower" (chou means cabbage, fleur means flower, and chou-fleur is cauliflower)
Bonjour, mon petit pois! in French means "Hello, my little pea!" in English.
"My little flower" is a literal English equivalent of the French phrase "mon petit fleur." Specifically, the masculine possessive adjective "mon" means "my." The masculine …adjective "petit" means "small." The masculine noun "fleur" means "flower." The pronunciation is "moh puh-tee fleuhr."