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The people who live in the country France. The French are responsible for assistance to America in the Revolutionary War, the war in 1812, WWI and WWII and more. The French are also responsible for giving the United States one of the most historical and recodnized landmarks, the Statue of Liberty. Many dislike the French due to them not supporting the War in Iraq, but many of those that dislike the French opposed the War in Iraq. Very strange we hate a country for choosing a side a lot of us are on...
My friend is French and is often beat up for it.
by Derek Jones March 01, 2004
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
I'm from LOUISIANA.
We're as deep south as they come and we have the funniest accent you've ever heard, but you love it.
We shouldnt even qualify as the south because when you come here, you enter another country. When you ask for a coke we ask "what kind?" and its not a sub or a hoagie, its a po-boy. Our beaches are contaminated and there are 8 different pronunciations of the word "water." Its New Orleans not "New Orleeens" and we use north and south to tell directions, not left and right. No one knows how to use a blinker, and you can't make a left turn anywhere in the city. We love our LSU tigers although there are still some Tulane fans, and Skip Bertman will ALWAYS be our baseball coach, no matter if he's dead or alive. We shoot firecrackers when they say "the rockets red glare" in the National Anthem and the Saints will always be our team (even when they win the super bowl...we'll complain about how long it took). I don't care where you live, you can't beat our seafood (especially the crawfish) and nothing is good without a little tony cacheries on it. I'm from LOUISIANA and no matter if our schools are failing, our politics are dirty, and our biggest city is underwater, there AIN'T no place like home!

Louisiana is the best place in the world
by Mike. M October 09, 2005
Nick for a person of mixed heritage..namely of black and white...can be construed as a racist term but its not nearly as racist as the insecure fuckheads who try to force people of mixed heritage to identify as one or the other...as if our society is really that "black and white", so to speak.
Don't tell me race what to identify as. You don't fucking own me.
by jenny October 04, 2004
1.Darkness, a dark colour, the colour of this text is black.

2.A race - The black race can range from African american to polynesian.
1. I own a black car.

2. A black person stole my car.
by darkmyst August 29, 2005
located on the island of hispaniola next to the dominican republic. French and haitian creole are the most spoken languages there. Not only black people live there. there are people of different shades there too.
Haiti is a beautiful country, but has lots of political problems.
by A Haitian April 15, 2005
A person of more than one racial background; usually looks quite distinctive from monoracial people

see also eurasian blasian biracial hapa etc.
real-life examples are everywhere, just look around.
by BlasianSensation October 23, 2004
A person who is from Haiti or has parents that are from Haiti.

They dont eat cats
All of them didnt get here on boats
All of them are not part of the Zo pound.
A yo, who is that nigga right there wit Christina. Ohh thats just Wayne... he a cool ass haitian.
by TheQuikOne June 10, 2005
One of the best fucking cities in the usa.A great place to party.Also known as home of Mardi Gras and Jazz.If you have anything bad to say about the N.O then fuck off.
Allison-Im going partying in New Orleans tonight nigga!
Kim-fa sho!
by Allison August 29, 2004
Coonass is a controversial term in the Cajun lexicon: to some Cajuns it is regarded as the supreme ethnic slur, meaning \"ignorant, backwards Cajun\"; to others the term is a badge of pride, much like the word Chicano is for Mexican Americans. In South Louisiana, for example, one can often see bumper stickers reading \"Warning — Coonass on Board!\" or \"Registered Coonass\" (both of which generally depict a raccoon’s backside). The word’s origin is unclear: folk etymology claims that coonass dates from World War II, when Cajun GIs serving in France were derided by native French speakers as conasse, meaning \"dirty whore\" or \"idiot.\" Non-French-speaking American GIs allegedly overheard the expression, converted it to the English \"coonass,\" and introduced the term back in the United States. There it supposedly soon caught on as a derisive term among non-Cajuns, who encountered many Cajuns in Gulf Coast oilfields. It is now known, however, that coonass predated the arrival of Cajun GIs in France during World War II, which undermines the conasse theory. Indeed, folklorist Barry Jean Ancelet has long rejected this theory, calling it \"shaky linguistics at best.\" He has suggested that the word originated in South Louisiana, and that it derived from the belief that Cajuns frequently ate raccoons. He has also proposed that the term contains a negative racial connotation: namely, that Cajuns were \"beneath\" or \"under\" blacks (or coons, as blacks were often called by racists). Despite efforts by Cajun activists like James Domengeaux and Warren A. Perrin to stamp out the term’s use, coonass continues to circulate in South Louisiana and beyond. Its acceptability among the general public, however, tends to vary according to circumstances, and often depends on who says it and with what intention. Cajuns who dislike the term have been known to correct well-meaning outsiders who use the epithet.
by pastorchik September 29, 2003