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- proper noun A dialect of French spoken in the Maritime Provinces of
Canada, and portions of Maine.
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In the Cape Breton communities of Cheticamp and Isle Madame, Acadian French is still the main language of daily discourse for plenty of people.
Royale would be that of the Acadian French, who were too numerous to be transported in the summary manner practised in the case of the fishermen of Placentia.
Another example from Cape Breton is Acadian French.