"Originally (around 1330), "frog" was applied by Britons to almost any group they found objectionable, and was aimed at both Jesuits and the Dutch before it was decided in the late 18th century that the French, with whom England was then at war, were the real "frogs".
—some web page
That sort of depends; in Canada, the French have been underprivileged and victims of structural oppression, so "Frogs" can have more slur-heft than one might expect.
Gman speaks for the Quebecois?!
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