What is the French word for ocean?
If you're talking about the French-speaking Cajuns, then they came to Louisiana when they were expelled from the region called Acadia by the British when they took the territory from the French. If you don't know, Acadia is a region in far eastern Canada on the Atlantic Ocean. The word Cajun comes itself from the French word acadien, meaning "Acadian." In Cajun French the initial a was dropped, leaving 'cadien; this word was then adopted…
According to the Google Translator, the French word for the English word "am" is "suis". But if your English sentence starts with "I am" you say it in French as " Je suis". Note If you are really asking what is the French word 'am' in French... then obviously it must be 'am'. .. But if you are asking what is the French word for 'I am' in English ... it is 'Je suis'.
Terre sainte is a French equivalent of the Tuvaluan name Fenua. Specifically, the word functions as part of the name of Fenua Tapi islet in the Nui atoll within the Pacific Ocean state called Tuvalu. The language belongs to the same Polynesian linguistic family as such other Pacific Ocean languages as Hawaiian, Maori, Samoan, Tahitian, and Tongan. The pronunciation will be "tehr sehnt" in French.