Beyoncé added to the latest edition of French dictionary

Beyoncé added to the latest edition of French dictionary

No matter the language, everyone understands that Queen B is an icon.

Beyoncé Cowboy Carter
Instagram/ Beyoncé

There is no denying that Beyoncé is a force to be reckoned with.

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She's a multi-award winner, a chart-topper, one of the greatest performers of all time and has made history throughout her career.

Her latest album 'Cowboy Carter' has been the talk of the town way before it was even released.

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Beyoncé's legacy is one for the ages and it only makes sense that she will be commemorated in a very unique but fitting way.

The 'Texas Hold 'Em' singer will be appearing in the latest edition of Le Petit Larousse, a French encyclopaedic dictionary.

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More than 150 words will be added to the 120th edition and a number of other celebrities will also be joining Queen B.

Actress Cate Blanchett, French rugby captain Antoine Dupont, film director Christopher Nolan and French actor Omar Sy will also be included.

This is not Beyoncé's only contribution to the dictionary and literary world.

In 2004, the word 'bootylicious' (made famous by the Destiny Child song of the same name) was added to the Oxford English Dictionary.

Beyoncé's influence will clearly continue for many more decades to come.

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