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Le nouveau dictionnaire complet du jargon de l'argot

Le langage des voleurs dévoilé

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Language: French
Wordcount: 10,404 / 44 pg
LoC Category: PQ
Downloads: 1,683
Added to site: 2008.07.03
mnybks.net#: 21410
Genre: Language
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er. CORNET D'ÉPICES.--Pères capucins. CORNIÈRE.--Etable. COSNE.--Auberge. COSTE.--La mort. COTON.--Dommage. COUCE DE CASTU.--Garçon de propreté d'un hospice. COUDE.--Permission. COULANT.--Lait. COULEURS (monter des).--Mentir. COULIANTE.--Laitue. COUP DE SIFFLET (un).--Un couteau. COUPE.--Dans la misère. COUPLARD.--Couteau. COUPS DE CASSEROLES.--Dénoncer ses camarades. COUPS DE FOURCHETTES.--Vol à l'aide de deux doigts. COUPS DE MANCHE.--Mendiant qui porte des réclames. COUPS DE VAGUE.--Vol improvisé. COURBE DE MORNE.--Épaule de mouton. COURBE.--Epaule. COUSTEAUX.--Couteau. CRAQUELIN.--Menteur. CRESPINIERE.--Beaucoup. CRES.--Vite. CREUSE.--Gorge. CRIBLER A LA GRIVE.--Crier, avertir de prendre garde. CRIBLEUR.--Crieur. CRIC-CROC.--A ta santé. CRIE, CRIOLLE.--De la viande. CRIER AU VINAIGRE.--Crier après quelqu'un. CROCHER.--Sonner. CROCS (les).--Dents. CROISANT.--Gilet. CROME.--Crédit. CRONÉ, ÉE.--Ecu

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