What does the baby in the cake for mardi gras mean?
The person who finds the baby in their slice of King Cake is traditionally responsible for bringing the King Cake to the next party or gathering. They may also choose to throw next year's Mardi Gras party.
A king cake is a traditional cake served and eaten on Mardi Gras. Typically it is in a round shape, is a plain cake (like angel food, vanilla, or pound cake), and is decorates with a very sweet icing. Often, the decorations and icing colors are done up to match those of Mardi Gras (green, gold, and purple). There is a little toy baby or "king" buried into the cake. Whoever finds the baby is… Read More
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.
"does 'Mardi gras' mean 'merry times' - 'Fat Tuesday' - or 'Spring Welcome'? (well, fat means 'gras' in French, and Tuesday is spelled 'mardi' ...)
A holiday that was created in New Orleans, Louisiana that's supposed to mean Fat Tuesday. Mardi Gras is a holiday that's celebrated because of the wise men that brought gifts for baby Jesus for 12 days.
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
In means Fat Tuesday. It's kinda odd but its in French so Mardi means Tuesday and Gras means fat. So Fat Tuesday
im not sure thts why i asked you
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.
The day before Lent, Shrove Tuesday
purple=justice green=faith &gold=power
"Le bon rolle", Does it mean "let the good time rolle"?
It is on the last day of feasting right before Lent. This year it falls on Tuesday, February 12. It varies year to year. Every year, however it will always be on a Tuesday. After all, "Mardi Gras" does mean "Fat Tuesday".
Literally 'martes gordo'; but if you mean 'mardi gras' - 'martes de carnaval'
Mardi Gras is French for "Fat Tuesday" the last day of feasting before Lent begins on Ash Wednesday. In the UK we call this day Shrove Tuesday. (Shrove comes from to shrive, an old word for Confession). It is also called 'Pancake Tuesday'.
I guess you are thinking the "Carnival" to mean Mardi Gras in New Orleans? If that is the case Mardi Gras or (Fat Tuesday) is the Tuesday before Lent starts. During Lent, you are to fast and/or give up something until Holy Thursday when Lent ends.
Purlpe-Justice Green-Faith Gold-Power There may be more to the mening of the colors, but those are the meanings the majority knows.
Literally: 'Me encanta el martes gordo' But if you mean, by 'fat Tuesday', the festival 'Mardi Gras', substitute 'martes de carnaval' for 'martes gordo'
No I don't really think so. Someone might have gave them to her or she may have picked them up out of the street. Her friends could have gave them to her. I mean I have seen woman get beads just because they are attractive.
Gras in french means fat
'gras' means 'fat' in French.
The phrase Bon Mardi means Good Tuesday in French.
Lent is part of christian religion. It is a 40 day period, starting Ash Wednesday, the day after Mardi Gras, and ending on Easter. during the period, it is custom to give up something important to represent the 40 days spent walking in the desert, as dictated in the Bible.
a mardi gra defenition for gold is a color that they put on their masks and costumes
On tuesday, i go to.... [mardi=tuesday, je vais (aller)=to go]
Typically it means you have to purchase the next King Cake. However, some families apply house rules, so the meaning is left up to the group.
A white mask does not have any significance in a dream apart from the setting and events that occur in the dream. An image of a white mask could be drawn from posters for Phantom of the Opera, or Friday the 13th, or Mardi Gras. Without a context, the mask itself only suggests disguise and something that is unknown.
Based on history, it started first in Nice in 1294 A.D. The Comte de Provence started going to Nice for the carnivals. Some of the records say that even masquerades, jugglers and balls were already part of the festivities. The words Mardi Gras mean Fat Tuesday in French. The fact that the carnival name is French is proof for some that the carnival began in France. The day is also called Shrove Tuesday which means… Read More
Boeuf Gras suggests that the day before Lent traces it roots to ancient Greece and Greek mythology. Boeuf Gras or Fat Bull = Fat Tuesday.
Tu as des cours mardi matin means 'do you have class on Tuesday morning?'
on Tuesdays I have ...
Fat tuesday- it's french
take care of them and do not let the mean girl take your baby. Real answer (LGE edit) - you can make them age up (baby-to-toddler, toddler-to-child, etc), by buying a birthday cake, and having the sim you want to age blow out the candles. The cake in in buy mode - misc/party.
If you mean a cake that eats people, the answer is no. If you mean a man that eats cake, the answer is yes.
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.
No but they have Devil's food cake on earth too. Does that mean they have People food cake in hell? (yes)
You have art on 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).
Purple = justice, green = faith, gold = power.
you have a birthday cake
Turn the cake over
No. You can have cake.
cake is tranlated "gÃ¢teau" in French
If someone says that they'll "pass on the chocolate cake.". they mean that they won't be having any.
Porte cake. Some sort of cake
'cake appetite' is an expression. it means that someone likes cake so much, they would eat cake for each meal.
Well if you mean it literally, then i would say while you cake is baking, it gets soft and fluffy. And when that happens, your cake gets taller which means its rising.
I think you mean "cake batter". And it is the wet mix of all of the combined ingredients that will then be poured into a cake pan to be baked.
The term is 'piece of cake.' It means that something is very easy to do. ex. 'That exam today was a piece of cake.'