I think it is a french word meaning 'skin'.
I think it is the french word for 'butter'.
Rebirth, I think it comes from French.
I think you mean dripping, which is égouttement.
I think la pasteques means "Watermelon" in french.
I think you mean sortir which means to go out or to leave.
I think you mean What's the word for sick in French? The answer to that is: adjective: malade, malsain, maladif, pâle noun: vomissure
'bacon' means the same in both French and English. This is an old French word modeled from Germanic. The French word was forgotten and came back through English, and most French think is is a fully English word.
i think it's a french word i was reading a french letter and this word is in their and i no its french.
it is not a French word
I think this is a misspelling of beaucoup... meaning lots, or a lot.
if you mean the english word OR then it's ouif you mean the french word OR then it means gold
This is not a French word and means nothing in French.
there is no such word as 'peneuf' in French.
"oumar" is not a french word.
There is no such word as "Vader" in French.
hartford is not a french word.
There is no such word as 'rozelle' in French.
On is an undeterminate pronoun. It means 'one', as in 'one does think that this is a good opportunity to learn some French'
i think its comes from the french word corps meaning body...
I think you mean La Grande Terre, In which it means "The Great Land"
In French we say 'une courgette' (fem.) and I think it is a French word.
it is not a French word!
There is no such word in French.
That is not a French word.