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Definition of french:

  1. Pertaining to France or its inhabitants.
  2. The language spoken by the inhabitants of France.

French \f-ren-ch, fr(e)-nch\

Meaning:
from France
Origin:
English
Details:
French as a boy's name is of Middle English origin, and the meaning of French is "from France". Transferred surname.
Meaning:
Franc, Franche, Franco, Franck, Ferenc.

Google Ngram Viewer results for french:

This graph shows how "french" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for french:

  1. Then add two quarts of French brandy; put it into a jug, and let it rest five weeks.
  2. Miss Hale taught Elizabeth French and music.
  3. But many had been taken prisoners by the French, and many lay dead and dying.

Quotes for french:

  1. 'Escargot' is French for 'fat crawling bag of phlegm'. - Dave Barry
  2. Who do I like? I am a big fan of French and Saunders- not that that they are particularly stand -up I have to say, but I think they have been great for women and they are of themselves just incredibly funny whether they are male or female. - Jo Brand
  3. The problem is that to be a producer, one must be a gambler, and the greatest French producers were gamblers. - Marcel Carne
  4. It is sometimes tougher to fight my superiors than the French. - Heinz Guderian
  5. These three movements were born spontaneously and independently of the initiative of a few French patriots who had a place in the old political groups and parties. - Jean Moulin

Rhymes for french:

  1. bench, blench, clench, drench, quench, stench, tench, trench, wench, wrench.
  2. entrench, retrench.

Idioms for french:

  1. excuse/ pardon my French!
  2. Pardon my French,
  3. French leave
  4. a French letter
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