Cajun pronunciation - Cajuns

How do you like that? Je peux pas t'attendre.

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It's going pretty well today.

Variant: fève à coeur noir.

Raconte-moi de tes nouvelles.

I almost broke a leg when I fell.


I can't hear you.

Description: Anglo-Americans who adhered to a strict struggled with the concept of a culturo-linguistic identity not based in race, and they identified the term "Creole" with mixed racial origins—a taboo and socially undesirable association for white Creoles.

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    2 : of, relating to, or prepared in a style of cooking originating among the Cajuns and characterized by the use of hot seasonings (such as cayenne pepper) First Known Use of Cajun Noun 1868, in the meaning defined above Adjective 1877, in the meaning defined at sense 1 History and Etymology for Cajun Noun alteration of Acadian
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    Pronunciation of cajun with 6 audio pronunciations 172 ratings 172 ratings 159 ratings 145 ratings 1 rating Show more Voices Record the pronunciation of this word in your own voice and play it to listen to how you have pronounced it. Can you pronounce this word better or pronounce in different accent or variation ? Phonetic spelling of cajun Ca-jun
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    When using the pronunciation guide, the (n) represents nasalized vowels. Cajun and zydeco music frequently uses washboards called frottiors as instruments. Head to a fais do-do to kick up your heels to live Cajun music. Here are a few Cajun words and sayings you may hear when visiting Louisiana. Allons [Ah-loh (n)]: Let's go.
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    The pronunciation given here will be typical but not necessarily the only way the term is pronounced in Louisiana. A sounds like the “a” in “fat.” AH sounds like the “o” in “pot.” An sounds like the nasal vowel in taunt and “want.” AW sounds something like the “a” in “father.” CH sounds like ch in cheer. E sounds like the “e” in “set”
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    noun. A member of any of the largely self-contained communities in the bayou areas of southern Louisiana formed by descendants of French Canadians, speaking an archaic form of French. ‘Rustic, self-sufficient country dwellers, Cajuns lived along the bayous and swamps of Louisiana for more than 200 years.’. ‘Settling among the isolated.
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