French Slang Dictionary
Through this slang dictionary, we will explain to you some French slang. Who knows? It might come-in-handy someday.
Every week we will explain you one French slang word through our serie “Slang weekly”. You can find them easily by clicking on the different links.
Bouffe (noun): Food.
Flemme (noun): Lazyness, the state of mind where you don’t want to do anything.
Geush (noun) : a drug addict or any dirty, shifty or really strange individual.
Grailler (verb): To eat, to get it by something, something dope.
Hess (noun): Misery.
Moula (noun): Money, drugs.
Seum (noun): to be mad, to be disappointed (avoir le seum), or hashish.
Shlag (noun) : a drug addict or any dirty, shifty or really strange individual.
Srab (verb): Brother, friend.
Tchoin (noun): An easy woman.
Verlan (noun): The process of switching the syllable of a words to create a new word.