- cajun:  Cajun, denoting a French-speaking culture of Louisiana, USA, is an alteration of Acadian. Acadia was the name of a French colony in Canada (now Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Prince Edward Island) whose inhabitants were driven out by the British in the 18th century and migrated to the southern states of the USA (the source of the original French Acadie is not known). The word became much more widely known in the 1980s following a sudden fashion for Cajun food and dance music.
- 1868, Cagian, dialectic pronunciation of Acadian, from Acadia, former French colony in what is now Canadian Maritimes. Its French setters were dispersed and exiled by the English and thousands made their way to New Orleans in the period 1764-1788.
- 1. I hear he frequents the Cajun restaurant in Hampstead.
- 2. They played some Cajun music.
- 3. If you like catfish, then you might like our Cajun catfish sandwich.
- 如果您喜欢鲶鱼, 那么您可以试试我们的凯郡酱鲶鱼三明治.
- 4. Today, Cajun music is popular not only in Louisiana but also nationwide.
- 时至今日, 卡津音乐不只深受路易斯安那州的居民喜爱,也受到全国民众的喜爱.
- 5. Ian : Well , when was the last time that you made chowder ? Cajun chicken ? Or even home - fries?
- 伊安: 那你上次做巧达汤、纽奥良炸鸡,或自己炸薯条又是什麽时候 呢 ?
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