A user from Cyprus says that the name Mesame is of African origin and means “attractive“.
Mes amis My friends mst.
If you are talking about several of your friends who are all female, you would use mes amies with the added e. Otherwise, if they are all male, or even if there is only one male in a group of females, you would use mes amis without the added e.
Copain (male) and copine (female) both mean friend and are used interchangeably with “ami(e)”. To form the plural, add an “s” to both forms and it becomes “copains” and “copines”. “Copain” and “copine” describe a friendly relationship that is slightly less close than “ami(e)”.
interjection. sky [interjection] an expression of surprise, dismay, etc..
French translation: mes amis
If it’s an all-girl group, it’s mes amies. However, in your English comment you used my friend in the singular. Mon ami or Mon amie (female).
First person singular possessive pronoun. Concerns or belongs to me; my; mine. O my computer. That serves or interests me; my; mine.
Yes, mes is a valid Scrabble word.
ano, the ~ (m) Loch, the ~ Nomen. Arsch, the ~ Name. Anus, that ~ Noun.
my friend noun phrase (also (feminine) my friend) plural meine Freund (feminine my friends)
Only for lovers: intimate French caresses
Mon amoureux (M), mon amoureuse (F): My beloved; Some people will say that to kids as it doesn’t necessarily mean anyone you’re going to bed with, but it’s honestly a bit scary.
[ˈɡɜːʳlfrɛnd ] 1. [ of boy] copine m ⧫ petite amie f.
Zut alors or zut!
Zut, which is more common than the old-fashioned “zut alors,” is actually just a very polite way of saying merde. It’s like saying “shucks” or “dang” to avoid swearing in front of people you shouldn’t swear in front of.