101 Cute, Romantic & Quirky French Terms Of Endearment For Your Sweetie Pie or Honey Bunny
I asked my French Friends and searched the internet for the most useful, interesting and quirky French terms of endearment then rounded them all up here in organized little groups like: 10 most popular, obscure and sexual (skip to the end for these tee hee hee) and everything in between.
101 Cute, Quirky, Common and Romantic French terms of endearment
The French language has a lot of cute, romantic, quirky and raunchy terms of endearment and pet names. Some translate to English word for word like "mon ange" which means "my angel". Others don't translate very well at all like"mon chou" which translates to "MY CABBAGE" but means more or less "My Darling".
HOW TO USE this list of 101 French terms of endearment everyday: A simple way for you to use these is by simply replacing someones name with one of these 101 terms.
**Come here MA BELLE.......(my beautiful)
**What are you doing MA FOI?...... (My faith)
**I went to the movies with MON PRINCE..... (My Prince)
It may feel strange at first but will become second nature if you give it a chance..
1-10: TOP 10: Most popular French terms of endearment used in France
Classic and top terms of endearment most heard in France (In no particular order)
Say to men, women and children
Generally means honey, sweetie or darling
1 Mon chou
My cabbage but chou could be short for
3 Mon ange
4 Mon bébé
5 Mon coeur
My blankie or cuddly thing
7 Mon trésor
8 -Ma Chèrie (say to woman),
9 -Ma chèr (say to woman),
More formal than ma chèrie
10 -Ma puce
Example: Bonjour mon trèsor. = Hello my treasure.
Example: Je t'aime mon coeur. I love you my heart (It's like saying I love you my darling).
There are probably 100's more French terms of endearment that I did not include but these should take you a while to memorize.