The 200 most common Words in 🇫🇷 French

être

(verb)

to be

avoir

(noun)

asset, possession

pas

(noun)

step, pace, footstep

aller

(verb)

to go

faire

(verb)

to do

une

(noun)

front page

dire

(verb)

to say, to tell

pouvoir

(verb)

can, to be able to

qui

(pron.)

who, whom

vouloir

(verb)

to want, wish, desire

elle

(pron.)

she

savoir

(verb)

to know

bien

(adj.)

good, all right, great

voir

(verb)

to see

plus

(adv.)

more, -er

non

(adv.)

no

avec

(adv.)

too, also

moi

(pron.)

me

devoir

(noun)

duty

oui

(adv.)

yes

ils

(pron.)

they

tout

(adv.)

all

venir

(verb)

to come

toi

(pron.)

you

ici

(adv.)

here

rien

(pron.)

nothing

suivre

(verb)

to follow

parler

(verb)

to speak, talk

prendre

(verb)

to take

alors

(adv.)

then

chose

(noun)

thing

par

(noun)

par

son

(noun)

sound

croire

(verb)

to believe

aimer

(verb)

to love

falloir

(verb)

to need, have to, to be necessary

très

(adv.)

very

quoi

(pron.)

what

bon

(adj.)

good

passer

(verb)

to go past

penser

(verb)

to think, reflect, concentrate one's mind on something

aussi

(adv.)

too, also, as well

jamais

(adv.)

never

attendre

(verb)

to wait for, to await

pourquoi

(adv.)

why

trouver

(verb)

to find, to retrieve something lost, turn up something hidden, or encounter something previously unknown to one

laisser

(verb)

to leave, to leave behind

arriver

(verb)

to arrive

donner

(verb)

to give, to transfer the possession/holding of something to someone else

regarder

(verb)

to look at

encore

(adv.)

still

appeler

(verb)

to call

homme

(noun)

man

partir

(verb)

to share, to share out, to divide

petit

(adj.)

small

toujours

(adv.)

always

jour

(noun)

day

femme

(noun)

woman

temps

(noun)

time

maintenant

(adv.)

now, currently

vie

(noun)

life, the state of organisms prior to death

mettre

(verb)

to put, to place

rester

(verb)

to stay

arrêter

(verb)

to halt, to stop

vraiment

(adv.)

truly, really, genuinely

connaître

(verb)

to know , to be familiar with

sûr

(adj.)

sure, certain

merci

(noun)

mercy

tuer

(verb)

to kill

comment

(adv.)

how

mourir

(verb)

to die, to be dying

demander

(verb)

to ask

même

(adv.)

even

peut-être

(adv.)

maybe, perhaps

dieu

(noun)

a god, male divinity

fois

(noun)

time

père

(noun)

father

peu

(adv.)

little, not very much/many

comprendre

(verb)

to understand, comprehend

seul

(adj.)

lonely

sortir

(verb)

to exit, go out, come out

trop

(adv.)

too, too much

fille

(noun)

girl

monde

(noun)

world

vrai

(adj.)

true

autre

(adj.)

other

besoin

(noun)

need

accord

(noun)

chord

ami

(noun)

friend

monsieur

(noun)

mister, sir

enfant

(noun)

child

entendre

(verb)

to hear

voilà

(verb)

there is

chercher

(verb)

to look for, to seek

heure

(noun)

hour, time

aider

(verb)

to help, to aid

mère

(noun)

mother

déjà

(adv.)

already

beau

(adj.)

handsome, fine, attractive

essayer

(verb)

to test, to try on

quel

(pron.)

what

juste

(adj.)

fair, just

grand

(adj.)

big, great, grand

quelqu'un

(pron.)

one

beaucoup

(adv.)

much, very much, a lot

revenir

(verb)

to come back, to return

donc

(adv.)

therefore, consequently, thus

plaire

(verb)

to please, to appeal to

maison

(noun)

house

gens

(noun)

set of people

après

(adv.)

afterwards

nuit

(noun)

night

personne

(noun)

person

soir

(noun)

evening

nom

(noun)

a name, especially a last name or family name

bonjour

(noun)

greetings, hello

jouer

(verb)

to play

finir

(verb)

to finish, end, complete

peur

(noun)

fear

perdre

(verb)

to lose

maman

(noun)

mummy, mommy, mom, mum

sentir

(verb)

to smell

rentrer

(verb)

to go back, to re-enter

avant

(adv.)

beforehand, earlier

problème

(noun)

problem

argent

(noun)

silver

vivre

(verb)

to live

rendre

(verb)

to give back, to return, to restore

tenir

(verb)

to have, to hold

main

(noun)

hand

cela

(pron.)

that

vite

(adv.)

quickly

oublier

(verb)

to forget

air

(noun)

air

depuis

(adv.)

ever since, since then

fils

(noun)

son

travailler

(verb)

to work

tête

(noun)

head

coup

(noun)

blow, hit, strike

écouter

(verb)

to listen

raison

(noun)

reason

manger

(verb)

to eat

mort

(adj.)

dead

amour

(noun)

love

mal

(noun)

trouble, difficulty

entrer

(verb)

to enter

devenir

(noun)

future

commencer

(verb)

to begin, commence

moment

(noun)

moment

dernier

(adj.)

last

voiture

(noun)

car

demain

(adv.)

tomorrow

elles

(pron.)

they

payer

(verb)

to pay

tirer

(verb)

to draw, drag, pull

ouvrir

(verb)

to open

fait

(noun)

fact

changer

(verb)

to exchange

question

(noun)

question

tomber

(verb)

to fall

assez

(adv.)

enough

foutre

(verb)

to do, to fuck around with, to dick around, to fritter, to tinker

excuser

(verb)

to excuse

affaire

(noun)

business, matter, affair

dormir

(verb)

to sleep

combien

(adv.)

how much

frère

(noun)

brother

travail

(noun)

work, labor

idée

(noun)

idea

famille

(noun)

family

truc

(noun)

procedure, technique

tant

(adv.)

so much

premier

(adj.)

first

tous

(pron.)

all

occuper

(verb)

to occupy, to take up

marcher

(verb)

to walk

chance

(noun)

chance

aujourd'hui

(adv.)

today

envoyer

(verb)

to send

histoire

(noun)

story

tard

(adv.)

late

apprendre

(verb)

to learn

minute

(noun)

minute

boire

(verb)

to drink

garder

(verb)

to keep, to retain, to store, to save

type

(noun)

type, sort, kind

porte

(noun)

door

montrer

(verb)

to show

mec

(noun)

guy, fellow, bloke, chap, dude, boyfriend

asseoir

(verb)

to sit down, to get seated

fou

(adj.)

mad, crazy

porter

(verb)

to carry

année

(noun)

year

souvenir

(verb)

to remember

prêt

(adj.)

ready

prier

(verb)

to pray

pendant

(adj.)

hanging

mois

(noun)

month

servir

(verb)

to serve

putain

(noun)

whore, hooker

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