Question: What is called Boy in French?

What do we call a boy in French?

Wiktionary: boy → garçon, gars, boy, jeune homme.

What is girl and boy in French?

The French, Oui, une fille et un garçon., can be broken down into 6 parts:”yes” (oui), “a (feminine)” (une), “girl” (fille), “and” (et), “a (masculine)” (un) and “boy” (garçon).

What do you call girl in French?

The word for girl in French is fille.

Does Garcon mean boy?

As you probably already know, garçon is the French word for “boy.”

Is Friend in French masculine or feminine?

The French word for friend is

The feminine form is une amie.

What’s your name French?

If you’d like to say “What is your name?” in French, you generally have two options. To pose the question formally, you’d say “Comment vous-appelez vous? Speaking informally, you can simply ask “Comment t’appelles-tu?”

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.
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What does Baba in French mean?

The “baba” is a metaphor for that lower part of your back, commonly referred to as the “ass”. “L’avoir dans le baba” means literally “to have it in the ass”, “to be screwed”. “Baba” is a reference to “baba au rhum”, a French pastry, that was also commonly used as a metaphor for “ass” in the 18th century.

What Comme means?

Comme is a French subordinating conjunction meaning “as” or “since”: Il est arrivé comme je commençais à manger. Translation: He arrived as I was starting to eat.

Does Garcon mean boy or waiter?

“garçon” almost always means “boy”. In very rare cases, it also means “waiter”: Ex: “I am calling the waiter in the restaurant” means “J’appelle le garçon dans le restaurant”.

What is female Garcon?

What do you specifically call a “waitress” in French? “Waiter” is always “garçon”, but for “Waitress” the common term that the native French use, (which you will not find in books), is simply the last half of “garçon”, which is “Con”.