Because the LANGUAGE derives from Latin, the actual French
people come from the Romans.
Although french fries did not originate in Canada, there is a version of french fries, with gravy and curds on top, known as poutine, that did originate in Canada.
its called "french kiss" for a reason
French cooling was invented by French cooks over centuries.
No languages today originate from either Spanish or French except creoles (hybrid languages), such as Haitian Creole French and Chavacano. Spanish and French both originated from Latin.
Bouquet is a French word. It is masculine in French.
French is based on Latin. It is not related to Persian.
It originated in Belgium.
In France after the French Revolution.
They're actually from Belgium.
French Guiana, Cayenne
French. It means 'training'.
French scottish spanish
French, from camoufler- to disguise.
It is a French phrase.
It is french for Happy Christmas
Merci is French - for thank you
Poor, From the Old French poure (French: pauvre), from the Latin pauper.
no the french horn was first made in Germany it was completed in France
No, they actually did originate in France. Here is a link that gives not only the history of potatos, but also where the term "French Fries" comes from. http://www.straightdope.com/columns/read/2033/whats-the-origin-of-french-fries
its french for Genoa a port in Italy
Originated from French Creoles (Bourghnine)
It evolved out of German hunting horns.
From the French: coller, to glue
It originated fronm French laungauage
its originated from french and it comes from the word "shop"
It evolved out of the hunting horn.
It is absolutely positively French :) :) :) :) :) :) :)
French. That is why derriere is putting your foot behind because in French it means behind...!!
It's likely from the French city of "Lyons," which is spelled "Lyon" in modern French.
Well dah ya of coures. Why would it be called french food.
gateau is the french word for cake, it originates in europe.
Greek, Italian, Russian, and French. Was this what you were looking for?
well snails in french is escargot . so france .
France..the word coined from french...
Originally it derived from French languages. :)
France---they are French words.
To my knowledge yes :)
From the French. Para from Parasol, and Chute=fall
Sabotage is a French word. I guess it comes from there...
The French pardon meaning to be excused or dismissed
The term "buffet" originates from the French language.
its french i think hi if your my cousin
forest, from the French "forÃªt". Jesse de Forest, a Frenchman, settled in New York in the place now known as Forest Hill. Liberty, from libertÃ© originate, from "origine"
France, clue is in the name "French Fries" Ans.2 Fries are so old that no-one is sure where they originate. The best candidate is Peru. Clue is misleading; French Fries originated in Belgium.
French music originates from the classical sacred music of the catholic church with records predating Charlemagne.
Bedoy is a French name, having been originated somehow during the French, Mexican war
The French surname Gaul is first found in Anjou.
it's written as Declet. It's French.
It stems from the French word "jour", which means "day".
From the French word châssis "frame"