À la perchoine. (a la pairshoyn.) Good-bye/’til the next time. Guernésiais also known as Dgèrnésiais Guernsey French and Guernsey Norman French is the variety of the Norman language spoken in Guernsey. It is sometimes known on the island simply as “patois”. As one of the Oïl languages it has its roots in Latin but has had strong influence from both Norse and English at different points in its history.

20th April 2016

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