You must mean 'why do some folks call french people frogs?' French people have been called frogs by english speakers for hundreds of years. It is meant as a horrible insult to french people. This is because the French, for… Full Answer
Because people born in the french desendance have extra limbs , these limbs are located on the lower enf ot he human body , near the tibia. These limbs are in close relation to frog legs , there fore the… Full Answer
A common word that English people use to describe French people as is 'frogs', probably because of the supposedly traditional French dish of frogs legs. I can't think of any others....I guess it depends on what people associate with France… Full Answer
In French, people born in French Guiana are primarily called "franÃ§ais / franÃ§aise", as French is their nationality. If we need to refer to their region of origin (called in French "la Guyane"), then they are called "guyanais / guyanaise"