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- n. Alternative form of wistiti.
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- n. See wistit.
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For those of you who like to photograph people, today's popular French word will be a nice change from the predictable "Say cheese!" approach. le ouistiti (we-stee-tee) noun, masculine
Expression: un drole de ouistiti = a bizarre person
Aida – coucou ouistiti, alors comme ca ‘you speak english’.
In a huge room all the monkeys from the big gorilla to the minute ouistiti or witsit, were installed; they squabbled, pulled one another's tails, bit one another, uttered piercing cries.
She declared her affections to be divided between Adolphus (that was the Chow dog's name) and an ouistiti, who was confined to bed for the present owing to the evil qualities of the November air.
There were two of us passengers: I and a tiny monkey, a female of the ouistiti breed, which a
The red monkey (_Mono Colorado_) runs at the traveller's approach, and, flinging himself from limb to limb, hides among the vines and _Tillandsia_ on the high tree-tops; and the tiny ouistiti, with its pretty, child-like countenance, peers innocently through the leaves; while the ferocious zambo fills the woods with its hideous, half-human voice.
References: dimanche après (midi) = Sunday afternoon; la cousine (le cousin) = cousin; oui = yes; ma-ree (le mari) = husband; lui = him; la sortie (f) = exit; le ouistiti (m) = (smile and say) cheese; l'oubli (m) = oblivion