The Caribbean Dictionary

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Underpants. Any form of underwear such as panties or briefs, especially large underwear.
Tight pants
bando
A rigid metal, plastic or wooden band used to keep womens' hair in place.
bandoo
A rigid metal, plastic or wooden band used to keep womens' hair in place.
bangle
An ornamental ring or hoop worn loosely around the hands near the wrist.
blinds
Shades - dark sunglasses
darkas
Shades - dark sunglasses
diadema
A rigid metal, plastic or wooden band used to keep womens' hair in place.
Clothes that are worn out from wear or washing
jamaican tam
A large, loose knitted hat used by Rastafarians to cover and keep their dreadlocks in place.
Bracelets or anklets made by stringing together the brightly coloured seeds of the plant Abrus precatorius. The bracelets worn to...
To wear long pants that are too short,.
Female pants, typically short shorts, that are tight enough that the imprints of the genitals are clearly visible
Female pants, typically short shorts, that are tight enough that the imprints of the genitals are clearly visible
sari
A strip of unstiched cloth, ranging up to nine meters that is draped around the body in various styles.
shalwar
Tradition dress that consists of trousers (usually wide at top and gets narrow at the bottom), and a long shirt or tunic (which...
Men's underwear
sponge rag
Handkerchief
tam

tam

A large, loose knitted hat used by Rastafarians to cover and keep their dreadlocks in place.
wash rag
Handkerchief
Canvas soled tennis shoes.
Clothing sent from abroad by emigrant
Sandals made from car tires.

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