A descendant of those settlers, especially a Cajun.
A dialect of French spoken because of the Acadians.
A native or an inhabitant of Acadia or Nova Scotia; specifically, one of several initial French settlers of Acadia, or of the descendants of those have been expelled in a body by the English in 1755, many of whom formed communities in Louisiana, then a French colony, but retained the name.
In geology, the center division or phase of this Cambrian system of eastern the united states, called from the typical development in Nova Scotia and brand new Brunswick, but extending into Newfoundland, Cape Breton, and east Massachusetts, and maybe further south in the Appalachian area.
an early French settler when you look at the Maritimes