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Le tigre = the tiger
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Tiger is "tigre" (tee-gray) in French, or more specifically "le tigre" (the tiger).
que mangent les tigres?
I am a tiger is translated "je suis un tigre" in French
Le Tigre (The Tiger) Tigre (Tiger)
I tiger Lily is ... a Peter Pan character: Lily la tigresse. a flower (Botanic) = un lys lancifolium, lilium lancifolium
'ton tigre est mignon'
Le tigre blanc
j'aime les tigres
où est le tigre
Je suis un tigre. [Zh-eh swee uhn tee-grr]
A tiger is 'un tigre' in French.
Un tigre is a masculine noun in French. The tigress is 'une tigresse' (fem.)
A female tiger is "une tigresse" in French. You may also say "un tigre femelle / la femelle du tigre"
The spelling is "tigres" (les tigres = the tigers).