Lagniappe?

Pronunciation:   lan-”yap”

Bakers_DozenOrigin : American French, from American Spanish (la ñapa), chiefly used in Southern Louisiana and Mississippi

Noun, defined as: 1. Something given or obtained gratuitously or by way of good measure. 2. the equivalent of the thirteenth roll in a “baker’s dozen”, something thrown in unexpectedly. 3. A small gift presented to a valued customer following a purchase.

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