15 Jamaican Patois Phrases To Know

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18 Jamaican Patois Phrases Translated to English - Jamaicans.com

A list of 18 Jamaican Patois phrases translated to English.

WHATA GWAAN AND OTHER JAMAICAN PATOIS PHRASES

Whata Gwaan and other Jamaican Patois Phrases - AmstarDMC

*Bob Marley* Jamaica, his cradle, his home island, his yard, and the birthplace…

Simple Phrases/Words in Jamaican Slang

Roti is a type of bread popular in South Asia as well as the Caribbean. Similar in appearance to a Mexican tortilla, it is made with wheat flour and no leavening. In Jamaica roti is often eaten with a filling of curry goat or curry chicken.

Conch is very popular throughout the Caribbean but, it is a staple in Bahamian cuisine. When preparing conch salad; allow sufficient time for the ingredients to marinade, at least 6 hours, before s…

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nepenthe (n.) something that makes you forget grief or suffering. English with Greek origin //ni-pen-thee//

Concupiscent

Concupiscent: this word describes my eager desire to woop sumone's ass! (his name is Mick)

14 English Words & Phrases that Mean Something TOTALLY Different in Jamaican Patois – Alexis Chateau

14 English Words & Phrases that Mean Something TOTALLY Different in Jamaican Patois – Alexis Chateau

Les chrétiens ont l’habitude de prononcer des phrases ou des mots qui ne sont pas forcément assimilés par leur prochain. C’est leur jargon, appelé aussi « le patois de Canaan ». A titre d’exemple voici trois expressions qu’ils disent très souvent : Amen ! Qui est un mot hébreux signifiant « ainsi soit-il » ; Alléluia ! Qui veut [...]

Les chrétiens ont l’habitude de prononcer des phrases ou des mots qui ne sont pas forcément assimilés par leur prochain. C’est leur jargon, appelé aussi « le patois de Canaan ». A titre d’exemple voici trois expressions qu’ils disent très souvent : Amen ! Qui est un mot hébreux signifiant « ainsi soit-il » ; Alléluia ! Qui veut [...]

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Nefelibata: 'cloud-walker', one who lives in the clouds of their own imagination or dreams, or one who does not obey the conventions of society, literature or art @ other-wordly.

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