"komen ça va" meaning in Louisiana Creole

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Phrase

IPA: /koˈmɑ̃ sa va/
Etymology: Inherited from French comment ça va (“how's it going?”). Etymology templates: {{inh|lou|fr|comment ça va|t=how's it going?}} French comment ça va (“how's it going?”) Head templates: {{head|lou|phrase}} komen ça va
  1. (idiomatic) how's it going? Tags: idiomatic Categories (topical): Greetings Related terms: ç’apé kouri, komen lê zafær, komen to yê

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