40 les plus beaux mots de la langue française.

  • Amour: (m) love
  • Bisou: (m) kiss
  • Créneau: (m) niche
  • Èphémère: (adj) ephemeral
  • Folie: (n) madness
  • Chéri: (m) dear
  • Ange: (m) angel
  • Brindille: (f) twig
  • Jolie: (adj) pretty
  • Incroyable: (adj) unbelievable
  • Brûler: (v) to burn
  • Citronnade: (f) lemonade
  • Effleurer: (v) to touch lightly
  • Chuchoter: (v) whisper
  • Coquillage: (m) seashell
  • Dépaysement: (m) the feeling of being in another country
  • Pamplemousse: (m) grapefruit
  • Tournesol: (n) sunflower
  • Doux: (adj) soft
  • Épanoui: (adj) blooming
  • Envie: (f) desire
  • Époustouflant: (adj) amazing
  • Hirondelle: (f) swallow
  • Myrtille: (f) blueberry
  • Parapluie: (n) umbrella
  • Papillon: (m) butterfly
  • Plaisir: (m) pleasure
  • Pleuvoir: (v) to rain
  • Étoile: (f) star
  • Cœur: (m) heart
  • Sortable: (adj) someone you can take anywhere without feeling embarrassed
  • Retrouvailles: (pl) the happiness of seeing someone again after a long time
  • Magnifique: (adj) magnificent
  • Mélange: (m) mixture
  • Plonger: (v) to dive
  • Vachement: (adv) very, truly
  • Câlin: (m) hug
  • Chouchou: (m) darling
  • Ronronner: (v) to purr
  • Coccinelle: (f) ladybug, ladybird.
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