This man is faineant.
fainéant definition by Webster's New World
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Origin of fainéantFrench ; from Old French faignant, an idler, origin, originally present participle of feindre (see feign); altered by folk etymology as if ; from French fait, (he) does + néant, nothing
a lazy, idle person
fainéant definition by Wiktionary
NounSee also: faineant
- Alternative spelling of faineant.