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Frenchy

[ fren-chee ]
/ ˈfrɛn tʃi /
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noun, plural French·ies.
Informal: Disparaging. a native or inhabitant of France or a person of French descent.
adjective, French·i·er, French·i·est.
characteristic or suggestive of the French people, French culture, etc.
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Origin of Frenchy

First recorded in 1820–30; French1 + -y1, for the adjective; French1 + -y2 for the noun

OTHER WORDS FROM Frenchy

French·i·ly, adverbFrench·i·ness, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for Frenchy

Frenchy
/ (ˈfrɛntʃɪ) informal /

adjective
characteristic of or resembling the French
noun plural -ies
a name for a French person
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