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Barbados
Dominica
Grenada
Guyana
Jamaica
Trinidad & Tobago
papaw
A torpedo, oval, or pear shaped fruit. The fruit bears on a large leafed tree up to 10m tall. When green, it is cooked as if a vegetable. The flesh contains an enzyme named papain that serves as an effective meat tenderiser. When ripe it is yellowish-orange in colour. The flesh is bright orange, soft, and sweet. The insides are hollow containing a lots of seeds with each seed contained in a small liquid filled sac. The seeds and the fluid surrounding them have a bitter taste.
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fruit
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Belize
Dominica
Jamaica
St. Kitts & Nevis
pee pee
To urinate
2 comments
Dominica
Trinidad & Tobago
St. Vincent
pelau
A one-pot mixture of peas and rice, cooked with meat
food
11 comments
Dominica
plat cut la
To beat someone with the broad side of a cutlass
1 comments
Dominica
plug
To be pregnant
Dominica
Montserrat
Trinidad & Tobago
pomerac
Otaheite apple; Pear shaped fruit with red skin and white flesh. Typically, they contain a single large seed. However, they may occasionally be seedless. The fruit is sweet and is usually eaten raw or used to make drinks.
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Dominica
Grenada
Guyana
St. Lucia
Trinidad & Tobago
pommecythere
Ambarella. An edible fruit growing on large trees up to 30m. The fruits have thick, sometimes leathery skin and dendritic (fibrous or hairy) seeds. While unripe, the flesh is crisp and firm with a tart acidic taste. As it ripens, it turns yellow, becomes soft and develops a sweet taste and fragrant smell. Both ripe and unripe fruits can be eaten raw. It is also often prepared by juicing, stewing with ginger and sugar, pickling with peppers and spices, or made into chow.
food
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Dominica
pose za
Chilling
Dominica
Jamaica
Trinidad & Tobago
pumpum shorts
Female pants, typically short shorts, that are tight enough that the imprints of the genitals are clearly visible
Antigua & Barbuda
Barbados
Belize
Dominica
Grenada
Jamaica
St. Kitts & Nevis
St. Lucia
Trinidad & Tobago
St. Vincent
rice and peas
A dish made from rice and peas or beans. Red kidney beans and gungo are commonly used. The dish is typically prepared with coconut milk and lots of seasoning.
food
31 comments
Dominica
St. Lucia
sewenal
The Christmas time tradition of going house to house and serenading residents with carols. The residents typically reward the participants with food, drink, and or small cash gifts.
Dominica
sewo
Party or celebration
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Barbados
Belize
Dominica
Guyana
Jamaica
St. Kitts & Nevis
Trinidad & Tobago
US Virgin Islands
sketel
A promiscuous woman.
person
6 comments
Dominica
Jamaica
Trinidad & Tobago
skip
To jump rope
game
Aruba
Barbados
Bonaire
Bahamas
Belize
Curacao
Dominica
Grenada
Jamaica
St. Lucia
St. Vincent
US Virgin Islands
soursop
The edible fruit of Annona muricata, a broadleaf, flowering, evergreen tree native to Mexico, Cuba, Central America, the Caribbean and northern South America. The flesh of the fruit consists of an edible, white pulp, some fiber, and a core of indigestible, black seeds. The sweet pulp is used to make juice, as well as candies, sorbets, and ice cream flavorings.
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Dominica
Jamaica
St. Kitts & Nevis
Trinidad & Tobago
St. Vincent
spliff
A marijuana cigarette
Dominica
sprang
Crack cocaine
Dominica
Guyana
star apple
Carambola; A fruit with a star shaped cross section. As it ripens it turns from green to yellow. The fruit has a tart taste and is a good source of vitamin C.
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fruit
19 comments
Belize
Dominica
Guyana
Jamaica
star fruit
Carambola; A fruit with a star shaped cross section. As it ripens it turns from green to yellow. The fruit has a tart taste and is a good source of vitamin C.
food
plant
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Barbados
Dominica
Grenada
Guyana
St. Kitts & Nevis
Trinidad & Tobago
St. Vincent
US Virgin Islands
steups
A sucking noise made with the tongue pressed against the teeth used to express annoyance, frustration, or contempt.
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Antigua & Barbuda
Belize
Dominica
St. Kitts & Nevis
US Virgin Islands
stinkin toe
Bukut. The fruit and tree of Casia Grandis. It is considered an effective natural remedy for anemia.
29 comments
Dominica
succouyant
A ghost or spirit that lives as an old woman by day, but turns into a blood sucking monster by night. According to some legends, she is able to to take off her skin and put it back on.
folklore
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Barbados
Dominica
Grenada
Guyana
St. Kitts & Nevis
Trinidad & Tobago
St. Vincent
US Virgin Islands
sugar apple
An edible round, ovoid, or cone shaped fruit around 6-10 cm in diameter, with a lumpy skin. The skin colour changes from bright green to a pale whitish-green as the fruit ripens. The sweet flesh is white or very pale yellow, and has a custard-like texture. Hard , shiny brownish black seeds are spread throughout the insides.
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plant
29 comments
Barbados
Dominica
Jamaica
tambrin ball
Sweets made by rolling balls of tamarind flesh with sugar and/or spices such as pepper and salt.
food
2 comments
Dominica
tebeh
Stupid.
Belize
Dominica
Jamaica
Trinidad & Tobago
ting
A girl or woman
person
3 comments
Dominica
tolee
A penis. The male sex organ.
Antigua & Barbuda
Dominica
tralala
Any incident or time marked by drama, scandal, confusion or conflict.
Dominica
Jamaica
St. Vincent
tump
To punch
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Barbados
Belize
Dominica
Grenada
Jamaica
St. Kitts & Nevis
Trinidad & Tobago
St. Vincent
US Virgin Islands
vex
Vexed. Angry or upset with rage
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