Your question: What does shaunte mean in French?

Shante. ▼ as a girls’ name has its roots in Old French and Hindi, and the meaning of Shante is “God’s grace; stone; peaceful”. Shante is a variant form of Shan (English, Hebrew): respelling of Sian. Shante is also a variation of Shantelle (Old French).

What does all shaunte mean in French?

Ashante. It’s French word “nice meeting you”, enchanté

How do you use Enchante in French?

The French word enchanté is an adjective, but you are likely to use the term to express delight when meeting someone new.

Examples of Enchanté

French Sentence(s) English Translation
Cette forêt est enchantée. This forest is enchanted.

What is Enchantée mean?

delighted, nice to meet you.

Are French people mean?

No, French people are not especially mean. I will start by noting that my experience may be different from other people’s experiences. I have been to France quite a few times; I speak French moderately well; and my wife (who is not French) has cousins in Paris whom we adore. No, French people are not especially mean.

What do you reply to Enchante?

In english, one would answer by saying the pleasure is all mine, or likewise… Thanks!

Do French people still say Enchante?

Some say this word is an aberration and shouldn’t exist because it literally means “enchanted” as if the person you had just met was so amazing you were under a spell. Despite all this hostility, enchanté is a word you will hear a lot and remains the most common way to say nice to meet you in French.

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What is Cava in French?

Literally translated, ça va means “it goes.” Used in casual conversation, it can be both a question and a reply, but it’s an informal expression.

What is Bonsoir?

Bonsoir means good evening or good night. Bonsoir is borrowed directly from French, in which it means the same thing.

What is a typical French greeting?

The most important French greetings include bonjour (hello), enchanté(e) (nice to meet you), bonsoir (good evening/hello), salut (hi), coucou (hey), Ça fait longtemps, dis donc (long time no see), Âllo (hello), Ça va? (how are you?), tu vas bien? (have you been well?), quoi de neuf? (what’s up?), au revoir!

How do you say goodnight in French?

Good night! See you in the morning. Bonne nuit !