lagniappe

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(Louisiana, Mississippi and Trinidad and Tobago) An extra or unexpected gift or benefit
a small gift (especially one given by a merchant to a customer who makes a purchase)
An extra or unexpected gift or benefit
a small gift given a customer by a merchant at the time of purchase; broadly, something given or obtained gratuitously
In Louisiana, a trifling present given to customers by tradesmen; a gratuity
This word is Cajun for "something extra," like the extra donut in a baker's dozen An unexpected nice surprise
An old Creole word for "something extra " Soup meat is the lagniappe from vegetable soup preparation
(lan-YAP) - Used primarily in southern Louisiana and southeast Texas, the word lagniappe refers to an "unexpected something extra " It could be an additional doughnut (as in "baker's dozen"), a free "one for the road" drink, and an unanticipated tip for someone who provides a special service or possibly a complimentary dessert for a regular customer Creole term for something extra
{i} gift included with a purchase
This word is Cajun for " something extra" like the extra donut in a baker's dozen An unexpected nice surprise
Cajun word for "something extra "
Used primarily in southern Louisiana and southeast Texas, the word lagniappe refers to an "unexpected something extra " It could be an additional doughnut (as in "baker's dozen"), a free "one for the road" drink, an unanticipated tip for someone who provides a special service or possibly a complimentary dessert for a regular customer Creole term for something extra
lagnappe
In Louisiana, a trifling present given to customers by tradesmen; a gratuity
lagniappes
plural of lagniappe
lagniappe

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    la·gniappe

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    Etymologie

    [ 'lan-"yap, lan-' ] (noun.) 1844. Louisiana French, from Spanish la ñapa variant of yapa, from Quechua yapay.

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