French used in English
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Literally means "self-love"
Literally means, "black beast"; though not to be confused with the English term, "black sheep".
Originating from "bon homme" (meaning: "good man").
In the theatre or in life
Girl walks into a bar, asks the barman for a Double Entendre. So he gives her one.
... Preceded by, "Le Belle Epoque" ("The Beautiful Times/Era")
Means "with ice cream" in the U.S.A.
Somewhat derogatory, like a johnny-come-lately
Like spacecraft or lovers; final s is pronounced in the plural
Literally means "cold blood" -- though not to be confused with the English expression, "cold blooded".
Literally "touched" or "hit!"
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