What are French infants called?

What are French infants called?

1. (= baby) nourrisson m. 2. (= young child) petit(e) enfant m/f see also infant carrier, infant son.

What is the word origin of bully?

Etymology. The word “bully” was first used in the 1530s meaning “sweetheart”, applied to either sex, from the Dutch boel “lover, brother”, probably diminutive of Middle High German buole “brother”, of uncertain origin (compare with the German buhle “lover”). The verb “to bully” is first attested in 1710.

What does weenie mean in French?

1. ” tiny”, colloquial. tout petit {adj.} weeny (also: pocket-size, pocket-sized)

What does bully mean in a good way?

Definition: Good for you; how brave. Occasionally, this expression is used to praise someone sincerely. However, this usage is not incredibly common in the present day. Nowadays, this expression is often sarcastic. A person might use this if he or she thinks that someone’s story is boring or not very good.

How do you say baby girl in French?


  1. (= child) fille f ⧫ fillette f. a five-year-old girl une petite fille de cinq ans ⧫ une fillette de cinq ans.
  2. (= young unmarried woman) jeune fille. a sixteen-year-old girl une jeune fille de seize ans.
  3. (= daughter) fille f. They’ve got a girl and two boys.
  4. the girls (informal) (= female friends) les filles.

What do French babies call their parents?

maman, papa ( but in general we call them ” papa ” ”maman” 😂).

What does bully mean in England?

In this context, which I believe is probably what the questioner is asking, bully is British slang for ‘good’. So, in other words, it’s another way of saying ‘Good for you’ or ‘Good for them’.

What is a weenie Disney?

Weenie – Walt Disney’s playful term for a visual element that could be used to draw people into and around a space. According to Disney Imagineers, a weenie is big enough to be seen from a distance and interesting enough to make you want to take a closer look.

Whats does BEA mean?

Other definitions of BEA: Before Everyone/Everything Always.

What is the definition of bullying in French?

Bullying is strictly prohibited at school. L’intimidation est strictement interdite à l’école. Students who bully their classmates will be punished. Les élèves qui persécutent leurs camarades seront punis. He is very gentle and would never bully other students. Il est très doux et ne brutaliserait jamais d’autres élèves. […] […]

What’s the verb for the word’bully’?

What’s the verb for bully? Here’s the word you’re looking for. (transitive) To intimidate (someone) as a bully. (transitive) To act aggressively towards. (archaic, transitive) To intimidate by bullying; to rally contemptuously; to badger. (transitive, informal) To make resistant to bullying.

What do you call someone who is a bully?

You are a coward and a bully. They are young people accustomed to bullying from superiors. This is cyber bullying and we will not put up with it. They managed to stop older mice which were bullying younger ones by changing their brain chemicals. This petty and sometimes bullying behaviour cut across all crowds. He’s a big bully. He’s a bully.

Who was the bully in l’Ecole?

On l’a brutalisé à l’école. He was a bully at school. She was bullied by the other children. 恃強淩弱者,以大欺小者, 傷害, 脅迫…

Author Image
Ruth Doyle