1. Freedom
2. Coming from France, a country in Western Europe that some Americans find it necessary to make up facts about ("duuuh..the french lose in every war the fight..huhuhuh") because they don't act inferior to the US.
"If you type in 'French Military Victories' in Google, it says "Did You mean 'French Military Defeats'?"
"Not really, it was just some guy that knew how to use Photoshop"
Por nj 27 de abril de 2003
Someone who sucks at life, tron, and ultimate friz.
That guy can't do anything right. He's such a french's.
Por John Dalrack 21 de mayo de 2008
Inhabitant of the country France. They seem not to speak english and they really don't speak english because they're french.

Evenly the language of France's folk.
Mike : Pardon mussiu, dju cherchay the Affle Tower.
Pierre : Désolé, je ne parle pas anglais.
Mike : Dude ! You're french ?
Kate : Honey I don't understand you neither...
Mike : Oh my godness ! You're french too ?!?
Por jumbopiupiu 13 de noviembre de 2010
tonsil hockey, commonly played by teenagers.
Hey look, Jane and Jane are Frenchin' that's hot!
Por cramp 28 de febrero de 2006
People from the Country of France. Also a language. Don't ask me if they're considered Southern European or not because I don't know.
I am French because my mother is from France.
Por Ditto. 16 de septiembre de 2007
People or language of France.

Modern "romance" language evolved from the Frankish (Germanic) race/language when Roman soldiers imported Latin into the occupied regions of Gaul (Gallia). The soldiers spoke an abbreviated (simplified) Latin which the Franks further simplified into a creolized version (this "pidgeon" Latin eventually evolved into modern French).
"Pardon monsieur, je voudrais du pommes frites. Ou est le McDonald's?"

"Sorry mister... I don't speak French. But here... have some freedom fries."
Por Aec 22 de agosto de 2003
a. Use to describe a person who lives in/originates from the country of France, in Europe.
b. Use to describe any object which originates from the country of France, in Europe.
c. The official language of France.
d. All Greek to me.
e. Not Italian. At all. Whatsoever.
Et that is in Pari? Oui?
Pari? No, No. The other place (implicit: Rome).
Por regs_ 28 de octubre de 2004

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