[frang-kuh-fahyl] /ˈfræŋ kəˌfaɪl/
friendly to or having a strong liking for France or the French.
a person who is friendly to or has a strong admiration of France or the French.
a person who admires France and the French
marked by or possessing admiration of France and the French
1875, from Franco- + -phile. “A newspaper word” [OED]. Its opposite, Francophobe, is recorded from 1890 (implied in Francophobic; Francophobia is from 1862).
[frang-kuh-fohb] /ˈfræŋ kəˌfoʊb/ adjective 1. Also, Francophobic. fearing or hating France, the French people, and French culture, products, etc. noun 2. a person who fears or hates France, the French people, French culture, products, etc. /ˈfræŋkəʊˌfəʊb/ noun (sometimes not capital) 1. a person who hates or despises France or its people 2. (Canadian) a person […]
[frang-kuh-fohn] /ˈfræŋ kəˌfoʊn/ adjective 1. Also, Francophonic [frang-kuh-fon-ik] /ˌfræŋ kəˈfɒn ɪk/ (Show IPA). speaking French, especially as a member of a French-speaking population. noun 2. a person who speaks French, especially a native speaker. /ˈfræŋkəʊˌfəʊn/ noun 1. a person who speaks French, esp a native speaker adjective 2. speaking French as a native language 3. […]
[frang-koh-proh-vuh n-sahl, -prov-uh n-] /ˌfræŋ koʊˌproʊ vənˈsɑl, -ˌprɒv ən-/ noun 1. a Romance dialect group of western Switzerland and neighboring parts of France: closely related to both Provençal and northern French.
- Franco-Prussian War
[frang-koh pruhsh-uh n] /ˈfræŋ koʊ ˈprʌʃ ən/ noun 1. the war between France and Prussia, 1870–71. noun 1. the war of 1870–71 between France and Prussia culminating in the fall of the French Second Empire and the founding of the German empire