Procambarus lagniappe was created in 1968.
The cast of Mojave Lagniappe - 2006 includes: The Horse
Lagniappe - pronounced 'lanny-yap', according to Mark Twian - meaning a little something extra, given for good measure, comes to English from Spanish (la ñapa - 'something that is added') by way of Louisiana Regional or 'Cajun' French, and may have ties to the Quechua word 'yapay', meaning to increase or to add.There is no direct, single-word translation into 'standard' English, but the word itself is included in most dictionaries of English, and especially North American English... So you could say the way to say 'lagniappe' in English is 'lagniappe'.
The Fugitive - 2000 Lagniappe 1-10 was released on: USA: 5 January 2001 Finland: 6 August 2001 Sweden: 23 October 2001 Japan: 5 December 2001
in Marquette Michigan at Lagniappe's Gris Gris Specialty Shop
"We're Having a Heat Wave"
It means a little something thrown in for free, typically a small gift from a merchant to a customer. Seems to have found a home in New Orleans. Pronounced as lanny-ap. I purchased 4 bottles of wine, and the merchant placed a folding corkscrew in the bag, smiled and said "Dat's fo lagniappe."
In our area, the term is used by the "Cajun" [Arcadiene-French] people. I suspect that the actual origin of the word is French. Although I do not know the literal translation, in our area, the general meaning of the term is "something extra," or "a bonus."
There are lots of them out there, but a good one is lagniappe, because it is pronounced 'lan-yap'. But one of my favorites is: 'hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia', which is, ironically, the fear of long words. I've always liked 'onomatopoeia' because of the four consecutive vowels at the end of the word.
For a synonym for "icing on the cake," meaning an extra benefit, we could use "gravy," or "a bonus" or the beautiful Creole ( from the Quechua via Spanish ) word "lagniappe," pronounced lan-yap. That's just the cherry on the Sundae.
"Bonus" is one English equivalent of the Creole French word lagniappe.Specifically, the Creole French word is a feminine noun. It may be translated as "small gift, something extra, something free." It will be heard used to this day in French-speaking areas of Louisiana in the United States of America.
According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 1 words with the pattern ---NI--P-. That is, nine letter words with 4th letter N and 5th letter I and 8th letter P. In alphabetical order, they are: lagniappe
According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 1 words with the pattern --G-I-P--. That is, nine letter words with 3rd letter G and 5th letter I and 7th letter P. In alphabetical order, they are: lagniappe
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According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 3 words with the pattern L--N--P--. That is, nine letter words with 1st letter L and 4th letter N and 7th letter P. In alphabetical order, they are: lagnappes lagniappe launchpad
According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 5 words with the pattern L-GNI----. That is, nine letter words with 1st letter L and 3rd letter G and 4th letter N and 5th letter I. In alphabetical order, they are: lagniappe lignicole lignified lignifies ligniform
According to SOWPODS (the combination of Scrabble dictionaries used around the world) there are 26 words with the pattern ---NI---E. That is, nine letter words with 4th letter N and 5th letter I and 9th letter E. In alphabetical order, they are: aconitine carnitine carnivore clonidine cognitive exanimate fornicate furniture garnishee garniture granitise granitite granitize granivore guanidine inanimate lagniappe lignicole magnitude penninite pinnipede plenilune plenitude quinidine reanimate uraninite
There were several worlds in Akeelah and the Bee. A fairly complete list is: brunneous, grovel, doubt, placid, fanciful, prestidigitation, ambidextrous, pterodactyl, pulchritude, sacciform, empennage, souchong, intussusception, staphylococci, dictatorial, truculent, supercilious, insolent, fuchsia, imbrication, rhesus, eminent, hypertrophic, concierge, polydactyly, syllogize, synecdoche, carmagnole, pastiche, xanthosis, euphoric, maculature, fibranne, vivisepulture, placebo, lucid, limn, cabalistic, soliterraneous, grandiloquent, catastasis, edentulous, bioluminescent, objurgatory, effervescent, alfresco, loquacious, malloseismic, doublure, ratatouille, gabbro, panache, anachronism, ratiocinate, oersted, xylem, miscible, argillaceous, Merovingian, effleurage, lagniappe, scheherazadian, palynological, logorrhea.
I was born 'n' raised 33 yrs in New Orleans (Nawlin's as we call it), and the French-creole for "Let the good times roll" is translated: "Laissez le Bon temp rouler"~ pronounced ('lay-zay lay Bawn tawn roo-lay'..."roughly"). Another French-creole word we use a lot is "Lagniappe"~ pronounced ('Lan-yapp')...meaning "a lil' somethin' extra"; we even have a special section in our newspaper "The Times Picayune" on Friday's which shows ALL the local hot-spots for food, music & MUCH more from A-Z! Hope this helps y'all!!!From da 'Big Easy',Jayson M
A baker's dozen contains 13 items. It originated as a practice among bakers in 13th century England, when strict laws could have lead to a baker getting his hand chopped off for trying to shortchange a customer. The term stems from the baker's tradition of adding one more to a dozen as lagniappe (a 'Cajun word meaning "a little extra").During the reign of Henry III (r. 1216-1272), a law was passed called the Assize of Bread and Ale. Bakers who were found to have shortchanged customers could be liable to severe punishment. To guard against the punishment of losing a hand to an axe, a baker would give 13 for the price of 12, to be certain of not being known as a cheat.A baker's dozen is thirteen.13
From what I understand of what I just read on prisoner's rights, there are some that cannot be denied, proper nutritional food and water, medical and dental care, religious practices and material that do not promote violence or disobedience to the law, and the right to due process of the law as long as the case is not frivolous These may not be all of a prisoner's rights but access to that information can be obtained easily at any library. I do know that what we believe as our inalienable rights, which are given to all citizens of the United States are not afforded to prisoners. That is because the prisoner loses those rights when convicted and as long as he/she is incarcerated. That is as it should be. All prisoners should be treated humanely and have their basic needs to sustain descent health and nutrition met, everything else given to them is lagniappe, as we Louisianans say ( a little extra). I am not a lawyer. All of this information and more can be easily found on the Internet
The Horse has: Played himself in "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" in 1992. Played himself in "Access Hollywood" in 1996. Played himself in "Howard Stern on Demand" in 2005. Performed in "Mojave Lagniappe" in 2006. Played himself in "Country Fried Home Videos" in 2006. Played himself in "Most Daring" in 2007. Played himself in "The Doctors" in 2008. Played himself in "Rude Tube" in 2008. Played The Horse in "Top 20 Countdown: Most Shocking" in 2009. Played himself in "Top 20 Countdown: Most Shocking" in 2009. Played himself in "Nasty: The DVD" in 2009. Played himself in "American Ninja Warrior" in 2009. Played himself in "Web Soup" in 2009. Played The Horse in "American Ninja Warrior" in 2009. Played Himself (2010) in "Numbnuts" in 2010. Played himself in "Bay of Thunder" in 2011. Played The Horse (2011) in "Ridiculousness" in 2011. Played The Horse in "Dumbest Stuff on Wheels" in 2011. Played himself in "Bloopers" in 2012. Played himself in "The Dman Project" in 2012.
brunneous -brown (scientific) grovel - to creep with the face to the ground doubt - to lack confidence in placid - serenely free of interruption or disturbance fanciful - marked by or as if by fancy or whim prestidigitation - sleight of hand ambidextrous - able to use both hands with equal ease pterodactyl - any of various pterosaurs of the Late Jurassic and Cretaceous pulchritude - great beauty or appeal sacciform - having the general form of a sac empennage - the tail assembly of an airplane souchong - a tea made from the larger older leaves of the shoot intussusception - the reception of one part within another staphylococci - bacteria (as skin infections, food poisoning, and endocarditis) dictatorial - oppressive to or arrogantly overbearing toward others truculent - feeling or displaying ferocity supercilious - arrogantly superior insolent - exhibiting boldness or effrontery fuchsia - vivid reddish-purple imbrication - an overlapping of edges rhesus - pale brown Asian monkey often used in medical research. eminent - standing out so as to be readily perceived or noted hypertrophic - excessive development of an organ or part concierge - hotel staff member who handles luggage and mail, makes reservations, and arranges tours polydactyly - the condition of having more than the normal number of fingers or toes syllogize - to reason by means of syllogisms synecdoche - a figure of speech by which a part is put for the whole carmagnole - a lively song popular at the time of the first French Revolution pastiche - stylistic imitation xanthosis - an abnormal yellow discoloration of the skin euphoric - incredible happiness maculature - blotting paper fibranne - fabric made of spun-rayon yarn vivisepulture - an act or instance of burying someone alive placebo - an inert or innocuous substance used especially in controlled experiments testing the efficacy of another substance lucid - having full use of one's faculties limn - to draw or paint on a surface cabalistic (also kabbalistic) - a medieval and modern system of Jewish theosophy soliterraneous - Sun and Earth working together grandiloquent - extravagantly colorful, pompous, or bombastic style, manner, or quality especially in language catastasis - the climax of a drama edentulous - toothless bioluminescent - the emission of light from living organisms objurgatory - a harsh rebuke effervescent - to bubble, hiss, and foam as gas escapes alfresco - taking place or located in the open air loquacious - full of excessive talk malloseismic - region subject to frequent earthquakes doublure - an ornamental lining of a book cover ratatouille - a seasoned stew made of eggplant, tomatoes, green peppers and squash gabbro - granular igneous rock panache - an ornamental tuft (as of feathers) especially on a helmet anachronism - an error in chronology ratiocinate (verb) - to reason oersted - the unit of magnetic field strength xylem - complex tissue in the vascular system miscible - capable of mixing in any ratio argillaceous - relating to, or containing clay or clay minerals Merovingian - relating to the first Frankish dynasty effleurage - a delicate stroking motion in massage. lagniappe - small gift given a customer by a merchant at the time of a purchase scheherazadian - relating to the Arabian Nights' (Entertainment) the wife of the sultan of India, who relates such interesting tales nightly that the sultan spares her life palynological - having to do with a branch of science dealing with pollen and spores logorrhea - excessive talkativeness