03:56 Jan 17, 2002
English to French translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: pumpkinhead
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Summary of answers provided
5tête de citrouille
5Individu stupide, tête de lard, "noix"
4Andouille / nouille



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tête de citrouille

Straight translation. The name "pumpkinhead" comes from a horror movie.

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disagree  sheila adrian (X): Je pense que les enfants diraient "tête de nouille" ou "tête de patate"
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agree  Anne Amar: ou "face de citrouille" - pour Sheila: on n'a pas le contexte ici, donc on n'est pas sûrs que tête de nouille passerait dans le contexte, et tête de citrouille est assez parlant
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Andouille / nouille

I prefer, personally, "andouille"

Réf: Harrap's slang dictionary

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Individu stupide, tête de lard, "noix"

Gd dict. d'américanismes

Note added at 2002-02-04 19:56:30 (GMT)

Expression populaire

Local time: 03:27
Native speaker of: Native in FrenchFrench
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