What does “pichouette” mean? Cajun French?

My dad always calls my sister and I “pichouette” or “chere”, what do they mean?

2 Answers

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    “Chère” actually means “dear” when you say it to a female. If you were talking to a man you would say “cher”. As far as “pichouette”, I have never heard that word but it sounds a awful lot like “pitchounette” and perhaps it is what you actually meant. “Pitchounette” is simply an affectionate nickname. I have called my daughter like this many times myself.

  • ?
    1 month ago

    Chere means like beloved, darling, and pichouette is a Cajun French term for a mischievous little girl.

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