A person who speaks French.
Origin: Altered and reinterpreted from Francophonie, with semantic influence from Franco- + φωνή,
The adjective francophone means "French-speaking", typically as primary language, whether referring to individuals, groups, or places. The word is also often used as a noun to describe a natively French-speaking person.
The numerical value of francophone in Chaldean Numerology is: 2
The numerical value of francophone in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
They're almost ticking off major hotels within Francophone West Africa, specifically hotels that are quite popular with French citizens.
We have refocused the bank on Africa, and definitely one part of the puzzle was missing, which is francophone Africa, right now we think is a good time to transform the rep office into a full branch of the group.
Clearly being an adviser who has a strong team in Paris means that they have been able to represent many sovereigns at the Paris Club, they (Lazard) have taken a lot of Francophone African nations through the Paris Club process and have very good experience of advising sovereigns on working within the framework of a financial assistance programme with the IMF.
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