chenier

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chenier ‎(usually uncountable, plural cheniers)

  1. (Louisiana ("Cajun") dialect, from the French chêne, which translates in English to "oak") An area of scrub oak growing in an accumulation of alluvial soil in a stream, creek, bayou, marsh or river.