[frahng-gley; French frahn-gle] /frɑŋˈgleɪ; French frɑ̃ˈglɛ/
noun, (sometimes lowercase)
French spoken or written with a large admixture of English words, especially those of American origin.
informal French containing a high proportion of words of English origin
“French marred by many English words,” 1959, from French, from français “French” + anglais “English.”
[frangk] /fræŋk/ adjective, franker, frankest. 1. direct and unreserved in speech; straightforward; sincere: Her criticism of my work was frank but absolutely fair. 2. without inhibition or subterfuge; direct; undisguised: a frank appeal for financial aid. 3. Pathology. unmistakable; clinically evident: frank blood. 4. Archaic. liberal or generous. 5. Obsolete. . noun 6. a signature […]
/ˈfræŋkəlˌmɔɪn/ noun 1. (English legal history) a form of tenure by which religious bodies held lands, esp on condition of praying for the soul of the donor
- Frank chapman
[chap-muh n] /ˈtʃæp mən/ noun 1. Frank Michler [mik-ler] /ˈmɪk lər/ (Show IPA), 1864–1945, U.S. ornithologist, museum curator, and author. 2. George, 1559–1634, English poet, dramatist, and translator. 3. John, . /ˈtʃæpmən/ noun (pl) -men 1. (archaic) a trader, esp an itinerant pedlar /ˈtʃæpmən/ noun 1. George 1559–1634, English dramatist and poet, noted for his […]
- Frank dobie
[doh-bee] /ˈdoʊ bi/ noun 1. (James) Frank, 1888–1964, U.S. folklorist, educator, and author.