primrose
fruits ready to it from this month.....
ie. from march...
Stephen Koontz commented 2 hours ago
forty leg
centipede, or Santopee
Grenada posted yesterday
avogado
pear
Grenada added yesterday
turpial
beautiful bird, and do not leave banana's laying about. They will enter the house through open window or doors and unzip a banana in...
Richard said on Feb 28, 2015
jimbilin
We call it jimbilin or cherrymeena in Jamaica
Patrice replied on Feb 27, 2015
chimmy
The pot Called "Dodoo" in Suriname and in some part of French Guyane
Still in use for exactly the same purpose as "sleepyeyes...
Leblack said on Feb 25, 2015
cock set
We call it coils.
Marcelle said on Feb 24, 2015
sucka bag
Bag juice.
Marcelle said on Feb 24, 2015
caraille
We call it corilla in Guyana
Marcelle posted on Feb 24, 2015
juju
We call it dungs in Guyana.
Marcelle commented on Feb 24, 2015
guinep
In Jamaica, this in called guinep.
Amy Allen posted on Feb 24, 2015
almond
found in the Bahamas too
leah commented on Feb 22, 2015
sugar apple
the Bahamas too
leah posted on Feb 22, 2015
dougla
Nikkki say she wannn guyanaes man Anadaconda......
GT DOpe DEAl@ mtl added on Feb 21, 2015
gooseberry
We call it damsel its nice with salt and pepper or u stew it up with sugar and spice
jamie added on Feb 20, 2015
crapo
This is not a french dictionary.
wulf added on Feb 20, 2015
cornichon
If this is the same fruit as the one called "Carambola", then it is extremely bitter. I first found the "Carambola" while driving to...
Nigel Boos commented on Feb 17, 2015
manicou
Manicou is also native to St. Vincent. I would rather die of starvation than eat it. I've seen pictures of Manicou here in St....
reg added on Feb 16, 2015
coolie
We use the word Coolie to describe Black and Indian mix. My family is from Jamaica.
J.Mod posted on Feb 15, 2015
Rasta far I
rasta fari posted on Feb 15, 2015
zanana
Pineapples are a big commercial crop in Trinidad
Imelda Negretti commented on Feb 15, 2015
sòrsaka
Soursop in T'dad & Tobago. The heart of the soursop is good for nervous disorders and bladder problems.
Imelda Negretti replied on Feb 15, 2015
malaba
Pomerac in T'dad & Tobago, Love it!
Imelda Negretti said on Feb 15, 2015
mespil
We call this fruit Sapodilla, very difficult to find anywhere to buy now. It is delicious! There was a tree in my back yard when I...
Imelda Negretti replied on Feb 15, 2015
kusu
We call this fruit Cashew as the nuts are removed and roasted as cashew nuts. The juice from the fruit will stain any material it...
Imelda Negretti said on Feb 15, 2015
chinee tambran
We called it tambran desen but it grows on a shrup like tree not very tall and is half the size of a tennis ball. The skin is...
Imelda Negretti said on Feb 15, 2015
apra
We call this fruit grown on a big forest tree, caimite, Has a tree in my back yard as a child
Imelda Negretti said on Feb 14, 2015
plumrose
would this also be known as ' fat pork'
samuel commented on Feb 14, 2015
panganat
I love pomagranate
Nae posted on Feb 12, 2015
u nu fi cus bad word pan computer
justice dore replied on Feb 11, 2015
coolie plum
it is so nice and sweet
tamicia commented on Feb 11, 2015
tru
wusamata commented on Feb 09, 2015
breadnut
This is referred to as Katahar and as menarange mentioned how to cook. This is a favorite of East Indians and used almost always used...
Brudda Bob commented on Feb 05, 2015
keskidee
Guyanese refer this as "yellow plaintain" because of the color
Brudda Bob posted on Feb 05, 2015
GT: referred to "fat talk", parents usually sey "nah gee me yuh muth" Don't give me your mouth
Brudda Bob commented on Feb 05, 2015
batty man
Referred to as wagon like a Volkswagon Beetle, cuz dem engine in de back!
Brudda Bob added on Feb 05, 2015
Funny, I see this word here. A friend of mine migrated from Guyana 2 decades ago, went to Home Depot and asking for a tampolin. The...
Brudda Bob posted on Feb 05, 2015
lappe
Tapir in Guyana (actually on one of Guyana's stamps), maybe labba but I'm not sure. If it is labba as Skip mentioned, it's very sweet...
Brudda Bob commented on Feb 05, 2015
choba
Guyanese refer to this as baigan. We usually usually roast this, remove the skin, add garlic seasoning etc and make something...
Brudda Bob added on Feb 05, 2015
kenep
We also refer to this as Ginip also. Children usually ask "yuh wan ginip" and when you reply yes, they say "skin yuh lip'
Brudda Bob posted on Feb 05, 2015
star fruit
Also referred to as Carambola and there is also a Carambola flavoured "soft drink".
Brudda Bob said on Feb 05, 2015
anansi
Not sure if anyone is familiar with Brer Anansi, actually a character from Ghanaian folklore. Very witty and smart. I grew up...
Brudda Bob added on Feb 05, 2015
apple
Referred to as cashew in Guyana, there are several different kinds and are all delicious!
Brudda Bob added on Feb 05, 2015
bilimbi
Looks like a fruit we refer to as "bling bling or sowaree" in Guyana. Makes an excellent "sowah", kinda like achar but sweeter and...
Brudda Bob said on Feb 05, 2015
ants bird
tis is so cute
thyema replied on Feb 04, 2015
sea grape
great info
mary commented on Feb 02, 2015
A unexpected right hand would send you bazodee and when when you catch yourself you would ask if "a truck bounch you"
koolkoolie added on Feb 02, 2015
aloes
Recently recognised by the west, others in Trinidad would say this is for the poor, go and buy a cream in the Pharmacy and do not...
koolkoolie said on Feb 02, 2015
Derives from the beliefs of the akan peoples of ghana. The word oveah either comes from igbo obia which means doctoring or from akan...
howi replied on Feb 01, 2015
pomerac
In Grenada we call it "French cashew" or just "cashew". I am literally eating one as I type this.
Manicou added on Jan 30, 2015