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St. Vincent
Barbados
Grenada
Guadeloupe
St. Lucia
Trinidad & Tobago
St. Vincent
macco
Somone who minds other people's business for the purpose of gossip
6 comments
St. Vincent
mafobay
Burro bananas are more squared in shape than common yellow bananas. When ripe, the skin is yellow with black spots and the flesh is creamy white. It has a tangy, lemon-banana flavor and is generally soft, getting firmer towards the center.
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food
fruit
St. Vincent
malaba
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.
food
plant
fruit
19 comments
Barbados
Grenada
Trinidad & Tobago
St. Vincent
mamaguy
To make fun of; to ridicule
7 comments
Barbados
Dominica
Grenada
Guyana
St. Lucia
Trinidad & Tobago
St. Vincent
manicou
Opossum
animal
food
81 comments
Jamaica
St. Vincent
mash mout
A mouth full of scattered, crooked or broken teeth.
6 comments
St. Kitts & Nevis
St. Vincent
mek
To make
St. Vincent
US Virgin Islands
melee
Gossip. Idle talk, rumours, or salacious news about the private affairs of others.
1 comments
Barbados
Belize
St. Lucia
St. Vincent
mine
To maintain. To look out for, or watch over.
Jamaica
St. Kitts & Nevis
St. Lucia
Suriname
St. Vincent
US Virgin Islands
mumu
Idiot or simpleton; A stupid person
19 comments
Antigua & Barbuda
Bahamas
Belize
Grenada
Guyana
Jamaica
St. Kitts & Nevis
Trinidad & Tobago
St. Vincent
US Virgin Islands
mussi
Must be
3 comments
St. Vincent
naffu
Don't have to
1 comments
Jamaica
St. Vincent
nanci story
Folk tale with the trickster Ananci as the lead character.
1 comments
Guyana
Trinidad & Tobago
St. Vincent
US Virgin Islands
nani
The vagina. The female sexual organ.
11 comments
Grenada
Guyana
Jamaica
St. Lucia
Trinidad & Tobago
St. Vincent
never see-come-see
Someone showing an annoying/comical curiosity upon seeing some gadget for the first time.
12 comments
St. Vincent
nine mornings
A Vincentian holiday season festivity that begins nine days before Christmas. During the festival Vincentians wake in the early hours of the mornings and partake in a range of activities including street concerts, sea baths, fetes, and games.
Belize
Dominica
Trinidad & Tobago
St. Vincent
noh tru?
Literally means, "right"?
2 comments
Antigua & Barbuda
Jamaica
Trinidad & Tobago
St. Vincent
nyam
To eat, especially to eat voraciously.
2 comments
Antigua & Barbuda
Bahamas
Belize
Dominica
Grenada
Guyana
Jamaica
Suriname
Trinidad & Tobago
St. Vincent
US Virgin Islands
obeah
Folk magic, sorcery, and religious practices derived from Central and West African origins. The practice is often associated with evil or black magic, but also used for luck, healing and love.
6 comments
Grenada
Trinidad & Tobago
St. Vincent
oh geed
Exclamation of disgust or displeasure.
10 comments
Antigua & Barbuda
Belize
Dominica
Guyana
Jamaica
Trinidad & Tobago
St. Vincent
okro
A green fruit bearing on plants up to 6 ft tall. The fruit are fingerlike with a pentagonal cross section and taper to a long point. It is often cooked by boiling or steaming and in some areas is regarded as an aphrodisiac.
food
plant
6 comments
St. Vincent
ole foot
A promiscuous woman.
2 comments
Guyana
Trinidad & Tobago
St. Vincent
ole years
New years eve
St. Vincent
pefu
To have sexual intercourse
sexual
Dominica
Trinidad & Tobago
St. Vincent
pelau
A one-pot mixture of peas and rice, cooked with meat
food
11 comments
Trinidad & Tobago
St. Vincent
peong
A person obsessed with something
person
1 comments
Antigua & Barbuda
Barbados
Belize
Guyana
Jamaica
Trinidad & Tobago
St. Vincent
picknie
Child or children
person
family
5 comments
St. Vincent
plimrose
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.
food
plant
fruit
Montserrat
St. Vincent
plumrose
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.
food
plant
20 comments
Trinidad & Tobago
St. Vincent
poor me one
Someone who feels sorry for his or her self.
person