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- n. A Canadian whose first language is French.
- proper n. The French language as spoken in Canada, Canadian French.
- adj. Alternative form of French-Canadian. Of or relating to francophone Canadians.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a Canadian descended from early French settlers and whose native language is French
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Also, which secessionism amazingly didn't come up in the French Canadian debate, (which was shocking as it was THE issue in Canadian domestic politics for ages), it might come up tonight on the American side, Palin?
I can only guess this mysterious word came from Mommy's French Canadian father.
Never mind that one of his grandparents was of African descent, another was Irish, another was Irish and American Indian, another was French Canadian.
Papa said it was about the French Canadian woman, the cook, Mimi.
The others are French Canadian descendants of immigrants from Saintonge, such as the genealogist Jacques Saintonge.
This effort was led by two French Canadian historians, Raymonde Litalien and Denis Vaugeois.
Dan Picasso Csaba Horvath, a 45-year-old Montreal computer engineer, bought a $220,000 vacation condo in Hollywood, Fla., last winter at the urging of a French Canadian friend, who had already purchased a home in the same high-rise complex called Quadomain.
MOOS: So did a pair of French Canadian radio hosts.
You told me yesterday, this is a French Canadian favorite, right?
Born in London, Jerome Olivier was raised in the French Canadian province of Quebec from the age of six.
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