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An African day name for female children born on Thursday.
Any hard liquor or alcoholic drink
The pleasurable 'painful' sensations of sex
One who works hard, but gets no reward.
ants bird
The Black and White warbler. A small insectivore bird of the genus Minotilta.
Outside or outdoors
A trumpet like instrument made from an animal's horn. It was traditionally used as a Maroon communication and ceremonial tool. It was...
Fruit native to West Africa that was introduced to the Caribbean. It is the national fruit of Jamaica, and features prominently in...
An interjection used to indicate comprehension or acceptance.
The tree and fruit of Terminalia catappa. It is a large tree (up to 115ft in height), often grown for ornamental purposes and the...
ants pick
The Arrowhead Warbler (Setophaga pharetra) is a species of bird in the Parulidae family. It is endemic to Jamaica. Its natural...
A firefly; A beetle that produces a blinking yellow, orange, or red light via bioluminescence.
ackee and saltfish
A traditional food that is the national dish of Jamaica. It typically prepared as a sautee of boiled ackee, saltfish, peppers, onions...
Birth certificate.
To ask
Folk tale with the trickster Ananci as the lead character.
To taunt by sticking out one's tongue.
A maroon chieftain after whom the town of Accompong in St. Elizabeth, Jamaica is named.
A John Canoe character that recites poetry and Shakespearean plays.
Going to
alexander bustamante
Sir William Alexander Clarke Bustamante GBE, National Hero of Jamaica (24 February 1884 - 6 August 1977). A Jamaican politician,...
Aloe vera. Often used for medicinal purposes or as a washout.