I don't know, but it's giving me a headache thinking about it...hah!
:)I know!Funny, huh?
I just googled it and a site came up saying that it was a word from "auvergnat" (which I would imagine is the regional language of Auvergne??), and that it meant 'grenadier'...
samanthaMerci!I googled it this morning but maybe was half asleep because I couldn't find anything. thanks for the help!
Migranier=grenadier, c'est correct
géry,merci mon ami!
And what does "grenadier" mean?
donna,a grenadier is a soldier(at least that's what Google says!)Géry, c'est correct?
Grenadier is a pomegranate, sold locally as grenadier à fleurs for the ornamental form or grenadier à fruits for the best fruiting variety
gillthanks! Does it have two meanings then?
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