What do MSY mean?

Moisant Stock Yards

What do MSY mean?

Moisant Stock Yards

What’s the nickname for New Orleans?

“Big Crescent” is a combination of two of New Orleans’ most popular nicknames — “Big Easy” (or simply “big city”) and “Crescent City.” “Big Crescent” has been used infrequently since at least the 1960s. The origin of the nickname is often misattributed.

How do you say baby in Cajun?

bébé (n.m.) 1. baby.

What is the difference between bayou and swamp?

The main difference between Swamp and Bayou is that the Swamp is a wetland with trees and Bayou is a Franco-English term for a body of water typically found in flat, low-lying area. A swamp is a wetland that is forested. Other swamps occur on the shores of large lakes.

What does Mais mean in Cajun?

Well then

Do locals call New Orleans Nola?

NOLA is a written abbreviation for New Orleans, La. It is commonly written and understood on letters or other posted items. No one calls New Orleans “NOLA”.

What famous person is buried in New Orleans?

1. claims famous Voodoo Queen Marie Laveau as one of the most famous people interred within, as well as architect and pirate Barthelemy Lafon, and (supposedly) the remains of Madame Delphine LaLaurie.

What do they call soda in New Orleans?

“Soda water” is used in more rural parts of the US. “Soft drink” or “cold drink” is the phrase of choice in New Orleans and most of east Texas as far west as the Dallas–Fort Worth Metroplex (although in the DFW Metroplex itself the usage is somewhat colloquial).

What is the oldest neighborhood in New Orleans?

The French Quarter

What language do the Cajuns speak?

The word Cajun popped up in the 19th century to describe the Acadian people of Louisiana. The Acadians were descendants of the French Canadians who were settling in southern Louisiana and the Lafayette region of the state. They spoke a form of the French language and today, the Cajun language is still prevalent.