What does Sacre Dieu mean in French?
Sacré in French means “sacred,” so taken together sacrebleu, literally means “Holy blue!” instead of sacré Dieu (“Holy God!”)
Sacrebleu! Sacrebleu is a stereotypical and very old fashioned French curse, which is rarely used by the French these days. An English equivalent would be “My Goodness!” or “Golly Gosh!” It was once considered very offensive.
An English equivalent would be “My Goodness!” or “Golly Gosh!” It was once considered very offensive. The reason the English presume all the French say sacrebleu! can be blamed on Agatha Christie's fictional Belgian detective Hercule Poirot, who was very fond of the phrase.
thank goodness an expression used to show that a person is glad that something is all right. Thank goodness it isn't raining. (Translation of Dieu merci ! from the PASSWORD French-English Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
interjection. heavens [interjection] an expression of surprise, dismay etc. Heavens!
This is perhaps the least vulgar, (but extremely useful) French curse word out there. It means “darn” or “damn” and you can use it in many situations. For example, if you spill your tea on the floor you can say “zut alors!” which means “damn it!” This is the safe option if you want to curse!
The expression originates from the 19th century, and was used literally. When English people used French expressions in conversation, they would often apologise for it, presumably because many of their listeners were not familiar with the language! Example: "Excuse my French, but that guys needs a kick in the ass!"
What does it mean? Dégueulasse is the French equivalent of saying 'gross', 'manky', 'rank' and 'disgusting'. It can also mean 'revolting', 'disgusting', 'despicable' and 'out of order! '.
It is a minced oath form of the profane sacré dieu, "holy God", which is, by some religions, considered a profanity, due to one of the Ten Commandments in the Bible, which reads "Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain."
"vive les Bleus!" in English
the Blues forever!
What is au bleu?
: cooked by boiling in acidulated water immediately after being killed and cleaned but without being washed or scaled. used especially of trout.
: thank you very much.
Maison Dieu (French for "House of God"), plural Maisons Dieu, referred to a type of hospital or almshouse.
Service. Our School motto Dieu et Devoir (God and Duty), represents the spirit that is given life by our school community.
Sure, honey, love you. Oui, mon chéri, je t'aime aussi. Yes, my darling, I love you too. Oui, mon chéri.
The motto is French for "God and my right", meaning that the king is "Rex Angliae Dei gratia": King of England by the grace of God. It is used to imply that the monarch of a nation has a God-given (divine) right to rule.
Phrase. de rien. (after being thanked) you're welcome, it's nothing synonyms ▲ Synonyms: il n'y a pas de quoi, pas de quoi; (Switzerland) service.
French Terms of Endearment for Your Sweetheart
When a man calls his girlfriend “ma puce” (my flea) it is meant to be very affectionate and sweet. It is a soft sounding word in French, pronounced mah poose. It sounds similar to the word épouse in French, which means wife or spouse.
What does it mean? Bah can mean 'I know everything' or 'I know nothing', it all depends on the delivery and context. Say it quickly and you can sound dismissively confident. However, you can also say it quickly to sound genuinely surprised.
a Christmas cracker. firecracker [noun] a kind of firework which makes a loud noise.
What is the oldest swear word?
Fart, as it turns out, is one of the oldest rude words we have in the language: Its first record pops up in roughly 1250, meaning that if you were to travel 800 years back in time just to let one rip, everyone would at least be able to agree upon what that should be called.
Translation of "pardonnez-moi" in English. Verb Noun Adverb. forgive me. excuse me.
This brings us to the common expression “ opens in a new windowPardon my French” or “Excuse my French.” Today, it's a warning that you are going to swear or use obscene language, and it has been used to mean this since about 1895.
Je t'aime passionnément – I love you passionately. Je t'aime à la folie – I love you like crazy. Je t'aime d'amour – I love you with true love.
- Putain de merde / Bordel de merde / Putain de bordel de merde.
- Nom de dieu / Nom de dieu de merde.
- Ostie [Quebec]
- Tabarnak [Quebec]
- Crisse [Quebec]
- #1 Bonjour ! – Hello! ( the standard greeting in French) (bon jour)
- #2 Bonsoir ! – Good evening! ( replaces bonjour in the evening) ...
- #3 Salut ! – Hi! ( a more informal greeting) ...
- #4 Enchanté(e) ! – Nice to meet you! ( a standard expression when meeting someone for the first time)
Translation of sacre – French-English dictionary
hallowed ground. holy [adjective] good; pure; following the rules of religion. a holy life. sacred [adjective] of God or a god; (that must be respected because) connected with religion or with God or a god.
noun. God [noun] (with capital) the creator and ruler of the world (in the Christian, Jewish etc religions). God [noun] (feminine ˈgoddess) a supernatural being who is worshipped.
'Sacré-Cœur' means 'Sacred-Heart' in English. This is a reference to the heart of Jesus, which is the representation of his divine love for humanity.
the French word for blue.
Is Mon coeur a term of endearment?
Mon coeur is a French term of endearment that means "my heart".
from the bottom of one's heart very sincerely.