What are some Cajun sayings?
8 Fun Cajun Sayings
- “Laissez les bon temps rouler”
- “Holy Trinity”
- “Gris gris”
- “How’s ya mama an’ them?”
How do you say good morning in Cajun?
Cajun French – Bon matin! (Good morning!) | Facebook.
How do you say crazy in Cajun?
C’est fou means that’s crazy, or he’s crazy.
How do you say how are you in Tswana?
The words rra (sir) and mma (madam) are used in formal phrases….Useful phrases in Tswana.
|Hello (General greeting)||Dumela|
|How are you?||O tsogile jang (sg) Le kae? (sg) Le tsogile jang? (pl)|
|Reply to ‘How are you?’||Ke tsogile sentle (sg) Re teng (sg) Re tsogile sentle (pl)|
|Long time no see||Ke kgale re sa bonane|
How do Cajuns say good?
Ça c’est bon (Sa say bohn): That’s good. Ça va (Sa va): That’s enough. Cajun (cay-jun): The word Cajun began in 19th century Acadie. The French of noble ancestry would say, “les Acadiens”, while some referred to the Acadians as, “le ‘Cadiens”, dropping the “A”.
How do Cajuns say thank you?
French Cajuns and French citizens can understand each other, but with difficulty….Sugie Bee’s Cajun French Language Dictionary.
|A bon couer||To do something wholeheartedly.|
|Merci Beaucoup||Thank you very much.|
How do Cajuns say hello?
Typically Cajuns say “Hello” using the traditional French word “Bonjour”.
What do you say after dumelang?
|bonana||–||see each other|
How do you greet a pedi?
A collection of useful phrases in Northern Sotho (Sesotho sa Leboa / Sepedi), a member of the Bantu branch of Niger-Congo languages spoken in South Africa….Useful phrases in Northern Sotho.
|Phrase||Sesotho sa Leboa / Sepedi (Northern Sotho)|
|Hello (on phone)|
|How are you?||O kae? (“Where are you?”) – sg Le kae? (pl) O phela jwang? (“How are you living?”)|
How do Cajuns say happy birthday?
Happy Birthday Song in Cajun French (Bonne Fête en français cadien)
What does got de Don mean?
(Meh Gahd Day Dawh) This is one of my favorite sayings. I think when loosely translated it means “well look at that” or a facsimile thereof. You can find this expression in a Rod Bernard song called “Ga De Don, Ga De Don”. Jaimie Duplass, ThinkStock.