After 8 years of staring at the bilingual packaging at Costco (bilingual so the company doesn't have to maintain entirely separate product inventories for the fine, fine folks in Canada, who like to keep their languages equal but separate), Lifehacker has finally figured something out: dÈbarbouillettes is French for "baby wipes."
Actually, Lifehacker, it's Quebecois. In France French, they say "lingettes pour bÈbÈ." We just threw out a half-used packet that still smelled like bananas and peaches, even after 18 months. [The English word for that: gross.]
Of course, it takes a lot longer than 8 years to make sense of the nuances of French vs Quebecois.
Learn French at Costco [lifehacker via dt reader Eric]