French for "Kingdom" (Was Re: Language naming terminology)
|From:||Arek Bellagio <zadar@...>|
|Date:||Tuesday, September 22, 1998, 23:39|
At 13:10 22/09/1998 -0300, you wrote:
>Nik Taylor wrote:
>How do you say 'kingdom' in French?
If I remember my words right, 'royaume' is kingdom in French. I'm not sure
why it ends in -aume, but I know that it looks like the right word, as 'roi'
is king in French (and i -> y when placed before another vowel)
So.. if royaume is the incorrect word, anyone have an idea on what the
correct one is (so i can memorize the RIGHT word? :P
~Arek - email@example.com
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