The best way to pronounce words is with a cajun flair b/c its funny as hell and they make good JUMBALAYA!! See also ye son and ye ye
ye son or ye ye DANG DAS SUM GUD CAJUN!
by xTheRevolutionx January 02, 2005
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Top Definition
The coolest people in the world that makes the best food i have ever tasted!
Those cajuns are having a party down by the bayou!
by cajchic April 01, 2004
The Cajuns are the descendants of the Acadians, settlers of eastern Canada
who were exiled from their
land in the 1750s, who settled in Louisiana.
Today, thousands of
Acadian-Cajun descendants
cherish their rich legacy of
history and genealogy.
The Cajuns are a very proud people.
by Brian J. August 12, 2005
See Acadian.

French people who live in Louisiana, throw great spring break parties, and like their food extra-spicy.
Cajuns are the freak mix of two clashing cultures: French and American hicks.
by Me August 16, 2003
Cajuns are the coolest people ever. They cook the best kinds of food, (spicy). Me being a cajun myself love it :]
Crawfish, gumbo, mmmmm, mouth is watering :] CAJUNS ROCK!
Cajuns have the best food in the world, & they are very nice & have cute accents :]
by Ginny loves Louisiana February 02, 2009
I ga-ron-tee! My personal family background. Good food.... and thats it. Zydeco is cajun music its hard to like it, haha. The most unfortunate, but hilarious accent to imitate ever! Alcoholics, all of us.
AIYEEEE! Ok Sha! listen up! tell Gaston and Pierre to drag up dem crawfish nets, the hurricaine bes comin up de way! it gonna flip over de pirogue!
by Hassell April 21, 2005
Member of a culture prevalent from Southwestern Mississippi, throughout Southern Louisiana, and Southeast Texas, descended from the Acadian French settlers of east-central Canada who were driven out by military means.

We are normally gregarious and friendly. but apparently the only Frenchmen who still are good at fighting and do fight when called on (or called out). We have great taste in food, somewhat less good taste in music (according to our non-Cajun friends, who apparently are not fond of waltzes or accordion instrumentals).

There are so many Cajuns because Cajun-ness is a cultural matter more than a genetic one. People were here BEFORE the Cajun migration (such as the Louisiana Germans and the original French settlers) have assimillated into the culture, as have Jews, Arabs, Serbs, Croats, Englishmen (an entire warship full of them who shipwrecked in Dularge, Terrebonne Parish, Louisiana and decided life was better there than back home), Italians, Spanish, African-Americans, and other nationalities. Most natives of South Louisiana self-identify as Cajuns.

These people are steadfast friends, fearsome enemies, hard partiers, expert hunters and fishermen and avid drinkers. For decades, the unofficial motto of the state, "Sportsman's Paradise" has emblazoned Louisiana licence plates due to Cajun prowess in shooting, hooking, netting and cooking wild game and fish.
"Cher, we're gonna have a real Cajun boucherie tonight. yeah! I got a suckling pig turning over a slow fire, eight baskets of crabs and eight baskets of crawfish to boil... AND we have a fiddler and an accordion man. Haul yo ass down here and eat with us!"
by Cajun Scientist February 26, 2010
We are as unique as our dialect suggests, we are Cajuns. We are a very small ethnic group that is primarily concentrated in Southern Louisiana. Our ancestors were exiled from Acadie, France by way of genocide (1755-1785)Families were tragically seperated, or killed. Acaidians what are now known widely as Cajuns have a tragic and complex history you should read more about.

The word "Cajun" comes from the French pronunciation of Acadian which is "A-Cad-jin" or "Cajin" which then became "Cajun",
Cajuns are a unique,small ethnic group that have joie de vivre!
by criquette April 24, 2009

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