/ (ˈɡæspərəʊ) /


Canadian another name for alewife

Word Origin for gaspereau

from Canadian French
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Examples from the Web for gaspereau

  • Once more a village arose on Grand Pré, and cider-presses creaked on the hills of Gaspereau.

    Earth's Enigmas|Charles G. D. Roberts
  • The Gaspereau villages grew in importance, and were among the richest and most populous in 1755.

    The Land of Evangeline|John Frederic Herbin
  • The steamer was soon at the pier inside the broad mouth of the river Gaspereau.

    The Heir to Grand Pr|John Frederic Herbin
  • Thus to the Gaspereau's mouth moved on that mournful procession.