What does gras mean in English?
Bon, in french, means good. Mardi Gras means 'Fat Tuesday.' Saying Bon Mardi Gras is the english equivilant to saying Happy Mardi Gras.
Mardi=Tuesday Gras=Fat Both are french words that when translated to english from Mardi Gras means Fat Tuesday.
mardi gras translates as "Fat Tuesday" in English.
In means Fat Tuesday. It's kinda odd but its in French so Mardi means Tuesday and Gras means fat. So Fat Tuesday
Gras in french means fat
'gras' means 'fat' in French.
Pancakes. In English, Mardi Gras is called "Shrove Tuesday" and also "Pancake Day".
mardi gras well i was looking for a theme of English week
The singular grassa and the plural grasse in the feminine and the singular grasso and the plural grassi in the masculine are Italian equivalents of the English word "fat." Context makes clear which form suits. The respective pronunciations will be "GRAS-sa" or "GRAS-sey" in the feminine and "GRAS-so" or "GRAS-see" in the masculine in Italian.
The English word "fatty" translates to French as "gras", which translates back to English as "bold". However, the word "fat" in English can be translated to "graisse" in French(and then translated back to English as "fat" again. I don't actually know French, I used an online translator for this. Maybe a French person could give you a better answer. If you mean a person - gros(se), obèse, if you mean food etc - gras(se)… Read More
"does 'Mardi gras' mean 'merry times' - 'Fat Tuesday' - or 'Spring Welcome'? (well, fat means 'gras' in French, and Tuesday is spelled 'mardi' ...)
I know some french, so i guess it means, "the dance of mardi gras" or something like that
Boeuf Gras suggests that the day before Lent traces it roots to ancient Greece and Greek mythology. Boeuf Gras or Fat Bull = Fat Tuesday.
Fat tuesday- it's french
Mardi Gras masks are a big tradition in the celebration of Mardi Gras. The tradition started in earlier times to help people feel more comfortable and uninhibited during carnival.
Fat Tuesday, and French
Are you sure this is spanish? It seems more french to me. In french it means - I love you fat. Perhaps you mistook gras for gros which would mean big or lots. Hope this helps.
im not sure thts why i asked you
I would have to say that French Explorer Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne de Bienville created Mardi Gras in New Orleans. But basically the Christians (Roman Catholic Church) created it. To celebrate the start of Lent. If you translate Mardi Gras to English it means Fat Tuesday.
It's feast day in Trinidad. Dimanche Gras takes place on the Sunday night before Ash Wednesday. Here the Calypso Monarch is chosen (after competition).
The day before Lent, Shrove Tuesday
purple=justice green=faith &gold=power
Goose foie gras
The population of Gras is 512.
he terms "Mardi Gras" (pronounced /ˈmardigara/), "Mardi Gras season", and "Carnival season", in English, refer to events of the Carnival celebrations, beginning on or after Epiphany and ending on the day before Ash Wednesday. Mardi Gras is French for "Fat Tuesday" (in ethnic English tradition, Shrove Tuesday), referring to the practice of the last night of eating richer, fatty foods before the ritual fasting of the Lenten season, which started on Ash Wednesday. Related popular… Read More
In the UK, it is known as Shrove Tuesday. Origin "Shrove" comes from the obsolete "shrive," which is about confession.
The etymology of the word Mardi Gras is that it originates from the French word Mardi Gras. Mardi Gras is a celebration or carnival that occurs before Lent each year.
"Fat Sunday" is an English equivalent of the French phrase dimanche gras. The masculine singular phrase most famously references the Sunday of the week in which Lent begins in the Christian calendar and the tradition of exotic parades in Caribbean celebrations of Carnival. The pronunciation will be "dee-mawnsh gra" in French.
Anna Gras is 160 cm.
Marc Gras is 180 cm.
The area of Gras is 56.68 square kilometers.
the JESTER is the Mardi Gras mascot.
A reveler. A mardi gras.
Is it a time to celebrate mardi gras and why
"Le bon rolle", Does it mean "let the good time rolle"?
marti gras is fat Tuesday marti means Tuesday and gras means big
Mardi Gras is celebrated by people of all faiths. Mardi Gras is not part of the Catholic Doctrine. Most christian faiths have a doctrine and Mardi Gras is not in any Christian doctrine.
Mardi Gras in 2009 is February 4.
Lundi Gras, Fat Tuesday
Mardi Gras this year was on February 16
why is mardi gras happen on a tuesday.
A Krewe in Mardi Gras is a newspaper deliver
Mardi Gras originated in Mobile, Al.
Mardi Gras is practised in Haiti
Mardi Gras parades start about two weeks before Mardi Gras day. The date of Mardi Gras changes each year since the date of Easter changes. Mardi Gras day always falls the day before Ash Wednesday.
Literally 'martes gordo'; but if you mean 'mardi gras' - 'martes de carnaval'
That depends... If you mean Mardi Gras as a party holiday and not a day of 'religious' significance, then you probably party hard, joining street fairs, Carnival celebrations, etc. New Orleans is famous for its Mardi Gras party scene. For instance: the beads. If you give a beaded necklace to a girl, traditionally she flashes you and might imply sex.
Saint-Julien-de-Gras-Capou's population is 67.
Basile Gras was born on 1836-01-02.
Basile Gras died on 1901-04-14.