What is the difference between à and á?
Senior Member. 1. á and à are the same, but just á does not exist. When using just the character a, the correct is à.
What does á mean in Irish?
fada In Irish, á is called a fada (long a), pronounced [aː] and appears in words such as slán (goodbye). It is the only diacritic used in Modern Irish, since the decline of the dot above many letters in the Irish language. It symbolises a lengthening of the vowel.
How do you call your girlfriend cute in French?
More cute French words of endearment for honey, sweetheart and darlingMon biquet (M), ma biquette (F): My goat.Ma caille (F): My quail.Mon chaton (M): my kitten.Mon canard (M): My duck.Ma crevette (F): My shrimp, often used for people of small stature.Mon lapin (M): My rabbit.Mon poussin (M): My baby chicken.More items •22 Feb 2021