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A fast food meal of fried chicken and french fries.
ago
Going to
Grandfather, on father's side
Second person plural pronoun; You plural.
anady
The fruit and plant of Bixa orellana, commonly known as anatto. It is important for it's seeds which are used to produce spices, and...
An extremely potent overproof rum with a fearsome reputation. It is sold under-the-counter (illegally) and usually available during...
To move backwards; To reverse
bake
A fried bread typically made from baking powder leavened dough.
 
abiu
Pouteria caimito, a tropical tree, and its fruit originally from South America. It will grow an average of 33 feet (10 m) high, and...
agouti
Small rodents related to guinea pigs.
Grandmother, on father's side
almond
The tree and fruit of Terminalia catappa. It is a large tree (up to 115ft in height), often grown for ornamental purposes and the...
Confusion, scandal or quarrels.
A disrespectful reply. Usually from a child to a parent or teacher.
bakes
A fried bread typically made from baking powder leavened dough.
 
accra
A fried batter made from a mix of flour, saltfish, onions, peppers and other spices
ah
Will not
aks
To ask
aloes
Aloe vera. Often used for medicinal purposes or as a washout.
Folk tale with the trickster Ananci as the lead character.
bachac
The leafcutter ant; They get their name from the way they cut leaves from trees, which they then haul back to their nest. They do not...
A white plantation owner.
 
ackee
Ovoid green fruit that grows in bunches on trees up to 30m high. The fruit typically ripen during the summer. The fruit is related to...
ah dog
A Trini 20 dollar bill
all fours
An English tavern trick-taking card game that was popular as a gambling game until the end of the 19th century. Each player is dealt...
anar
Pomegranate
Referring to a past date