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02-09-2007, 07:30 AM
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ver (worm), vers (verse, towards), verre (Glass), vert (green) and vair (???)

What's un/une/du vair?
Here's a hint : Cendrillon portait des souliers de vair.

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02-09-2007, 08:49 AM
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Your we'red
your a clever one Gros Bill. I really enjoy you're posts. And McPhee's two.

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* Le vair désigne la fourrure du petit-gris, une variété d'écureuils à poil gris.
o Le vair est une fourrure en héraldique
o Dans la langue française contemporaine, le mot n'est plus utilisé comme adjectif, mais il est resté comme substantif pour désigner une fourrure blanche et grise. (La pantoufle de vair de Cendrillon.)
* En ancien français, l'adjectif vair était utilisé pour désigner une couleur d'yeux comprise entre le bleu et le marron mais dont on ne pouvait clairement la définir. Il s'agissait donc d'une couleur gris-vert, gris-bleu.
Par analogie, l'adjectif était utilisé pour parler d'une personne qui était changeante, inconstante, variable.
* Le Vair, la rivière de Lorraine.
You learn something new everyday.Yesterday, for instance, I learned that Habs fan act like complete cretins and lose all sense of rationality when the team hits its yearly slump.

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You learn something new everyday.Yesterday, for instance, I learned that Habs fan act like complete cretins and lose all sense of rationality when the team hits its yearly slump.
MY 82 year old Dad just told me that Gainey and Carbonneau should be gone. I asked him why, and he snorted and said, 'didn't you see the 1st goal last night, a kid could've stopped that'

What can you say ?

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MY 82 year old Dad just told me that Gainey and Carbonneau should be gone. I asked him why, and he snorted and said, 'didn't you see the 1st goal last night, a kid could've stopped that'

What can you say ?
Your dad sounds ace. Bless him.

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