jambon jambon

Definition(s):

  • (n) meat cut from the thigh of a hog (usually smoked)

Synonym(s)

ham

Usage(s):

  1. Cried one to the referee: "Gros jambon, tu pues!" (you big ham, you stink).
  2. These platters have such names as ortolans la prigourdine, chausson de jambon au foie gras et truffes, polio in umido, media yemista, klephtiko charti, kalua pig, civet de .
  3. The interpreter translated jambon as "food.

News

  1. Festivals Acadiens et Creoles Book Kiosk

    This year for the first time, Festivals Acadiens et Créoles will feature a kiosk of books written in French by Louisiana authors. The kiosk will offer for sale publications by authors such as Barry Ancelet, William Arceneaux, David Cheramie, Debbie Clifton, Kirby Jambon, May Waggoner and others. The authors will be on site to autograph their works and to read from them. Publishing houses feature ...
    on October 10, 2013     Source: KATC 3 Lafayette

  2. Festivals Acadiens et Croles Book Kiosk

    This year for the first time, Festivals Acadiens et Créoles will feature a kiosk of books written in French by Louisiana authors. The kiosk will offer for sale publications by authors such as Barry Ancelet, William Arceneaux, David Cheramie, Debbie Clifton, Kirby Jambon, May Waggoner and others. The authors will be on site to autograph their works and to read from them. Publishing houses feature ...
    on October 10, 2013     Source: KATC 3 Lafayette

Quotes

  • "He was hamming it up pretty badly, so we're now calling him Jambon," said Drew Mitchell. "That's French for ham, isn't it?"
    on Sep 3, 2007 By: Drew Mitchell Source: The Australian

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