Quote from the Related Link: "(Origin Saxon) One who superintended a large farm or Grange." If a name comes from one language, it has no meaning in another language that it does not come from, unless the name is also used in some form in that language. An example: José is the Spanish form of the name Joseph. Therefore its meaning is the same in both languages. But in the case of the name Granger, it has no translation in Cajun French that I am aware of; therefore it has no "meaning" in Cajun French other than its original Saxon meaning.
Historically, roux originated with the French. It is most commonly used in Cajun cuisine.
Minou is cajun french for cat
The word in a dialect pronunciation of Acadian, a former French colony in Canada. The French were expelled to New Orleans, by the English, 1764 - 1788
I am going to venture it comes from the French "tête dure", meaning strong head, stubborn.
Baby in Cajun French is bébé.
as of 2012, there is no online translator that can handle Cajun French.
Cajun French is a French/English dialect spoken in Louisiana and Alabama along the Gulf coast. In Cajun French the word 'hello' is said as 'bonjou'.
Acadien or simply Cadien
If you meanCajun, like French-Cajun or New Orleans Cajun it's "Cajun"
Cajun style foods originate or are derivatives of the cooking style of the Cajun people of southern Louisiana and the Mississippi delta region.
If you mean the style of cajun food then that originates around the south in louisiana. The spices mixed to make it have that cajun style is grown down there.
Joyeux Noël is one way to say Merry Christmas. It depends on which dialect of Cajun French a person speaks.Bonne Christmeusse.If you know how a Cajun accented English speaker talks, Christmeusse sounds similar in both Cajun English and Cajun French.
Cajun girl is translated "une fille acadienne, une acadienne" in French
Thank you in Cajun is merci beaucoup, Many people speak Cajun French in Louisianan. It is different than the traditional French spoken in France.
'Ma soeur' Means sister in French. I don't know if that's the same as Cajun French... But i hope i helped!
It means "But you are so funny to me" in French, no Cajun.
Cajun French is a mixture of French and the native tongue of the Indians living in Louisiana during the French and Indian war. After the Louisiana Purchase, people in that region still kept the language alive (and Cajun is spoken all over Louisiana). (I have heard that Cajun is such a mixture, that many native French speakers have trouble picking up what is spoken.) --shel
The Cajun French word for dog is chien. However in Cajun French, as well as in other forms of French, the language has masculine and feminine words. A male dog is chien and a female dog is chienne.
no, its a different dialect, some of the words are different, and the accent is very different. it's basically like two different languages that are very similiar. people who speak french can kind of understand the basic meaning of something in cajun, vice versa.
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 into English as "Cajun."
Ain p'tit brin (a little bit)