The Caribbean Dictionary

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To annoy.

ah

Second person singular pronoun: him or her

aks

To ask
A lead character in folk tales. He is depicted as a trickster and cultural hero. He is based largely on the spider gods of African...
Folk tale with the trickster Ananci as the lead character.
anansi
A spider
areba
A round flat bread made from grated cassava which has been repeatedly pressed to remove the juice. For meal preparation, slices are...
A beating
Previously. In the past.
A disrespectful reply. Usually from a child to a parent or teacher.
Deep rural or country
People that think, talk and act very rural.
Any white person, particularly one in a position of power or authority.
A exclamation of surprise used euphemistically in place of the stronger profanities beginning with 'b'.
Bad manners, inappropriate and unacceptable behavior
To go to the sea.
Profanity; An expletive
bag juice
Commercially produced drinks or juice packaged in plastic bags.
One addicted to cocaine or crack.
An informal title used for greeting among male friends.
Tight pants
bammy
A round flat bread made from grated cassava which has been repeatedly pressed to remove the juice. For meal preparation, slices are...
bandoo
A rigid metal, plastic or wooden band used to keep womens' hair in place.
An informal title used for greeting among male friends.
A person who likes to borrow but doesn't return or pay back
Party or celebration
Someone with nappy hair that does not grow.
Buttocks or rear end.
batty bwoy
A homosexual male.
batty man
A homosexual male.

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