Literally: The little daughter (or girl) of the sea.
Little daughter of the sea
It's in the Will Ferrell film: 'Stranger than Fiction'. I new I recognised it but it took me a while to work it out.
The literal translation for this would be 'lost in a sea of names.'
"Sea" and "purchase" are English equivalents of the French words mer and acquisition.Specifically, the feminine noun mer means "sea." The feminine noun acquisition means "acquisition, purchase." The respective pronunciations will be "mehr" and "ah-kee-zee-syoh" in French.
"Seafood" is an English equivalent of the French phrase fruits de mer.Specifically, the masculine noun fruits literally means "fruits." The preposition de means "from, of." The feminine noun mer means "sea."The pronunciation will be "fwee duh mehr" in French.
"Sea cucumber" is an English equivalent of the French phrase bÃƒÂªche de mer.Specifically, the feminine noun bÃƒÂªcheliterally means "spade." The preposition de means "of." The feminine noun mer means "sea."The pronunciation will be "behsh duh mehr" in French.
Singe de la mer.
"The sea! D--n it!" is an English equivalent of the French phrase La mer! Zut alors!Specifically, the feminine singular definite article la is "the". The feminine noun mer means "sea". The expression zut tends to be expressed as "d--n, d--n it" in English. The adverb alors translates as "then, well".The pronunciation will be "lah mehr zyoot ah-lors" in French.
La vie en mer in French means "life at sea" in English.
Cadeaux de la mer in French means "gifts of the sea" in English.
The cast of Le silence de la mer - 2004 includes: Claude Andrzejewski as Louis Lucie Barret as Solange Wendy Barthou as La petite fille Yvan Bernard as Bernard Marie Bunel as Marie Thomas Jouannet as le capitaine Werner Von Ebrennac Jorg Schnass as Le premier officier Eric Taillet as Le second ordonnance
The french word is mer, the English translation is sea, and put together phonetically it's merci.
Lamantin or vache de mer are French equivalents of the English word manatee.Specifically, the masculine noun lamantin is pronounced "lah-maw-teh."The feminine noun vache literally means "cow." The preposition de means "of." The feminine noun mermeans "sea." The pronunciation will be "vahsh duh mehr" in French.
regarde la beautÃ© de la mer
french for "sea of names"
a seafarer, an [experienced] seafarer
Mal de mer is an expression literally translating into "sick of sea" or "bad of sea." In English, we know it as "seasick."
next to the seaÃ cÃ´tÃ© de la mer means next to the sea, by the sea.
Debussy began composing La Mer in 1903 in France and completed it in the English Channel coast of Eastbourne, England in 1905.
Mer, meaning sea in English.
The sea is "la mer" (fem.) in French. The Ocean is "l'ocÃ©an" (masculine noun). Ex: La mer MÃ©diterranÃ©e est plus petite que l'ocÃ©an Atlantique: The Mediterranean sea is smaller than the Atlantic Ocean.
Mare does not have an English homonym, however, there is Mer, the French word for sea.
Christian Jolibois has written: 'La Petite Poule qui voulait voir la mer' -- subject(s): Fiction, Children's stories, French, Chickens, Sea
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