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Jamaica
Trinidad & Tobago
acid
Any hard liquor or alcoholic drink
food
Trinidad & Tobago
ole fyah stick light easy
It's easier to rekindle a romantic relationship than to start a new one with someone new.
Dominica
Grenada
Guadeloupe
Trinidad & Tobago
ladjables
Translated as ‘female devil’ from French, La Diablesse is a Caribbean Folklore Character who was born human but her dealings with the devil have made her a malicious shape-shifting spirit. To others, her poise, figure and dress make her seem beautiful. However, her hideous face is hidden by a large brimmed hat and her long dress hides the fact that one leg ends in a cow hoof- also she walks with one foot on the road and her cow's hoof in the grass at the side of the road. She can cast spells on her unsuspecting male victims whom she leads into the forest with promises of sexual favours. When in the forest, she disappears and the man, confused, lost and scared, runs around the forest until he falls into a ravine or river and dies.
Jamaica
gun tune
Dancehall music focused on the glorification of gun violence.
Jamaica
choppa
A sub genre of dancehall that focuses on, and glorifies crime and illegal activity.
Trinidad & Tobago
dwen
An mythical orphaned child with backwards pointing feet that dwells in the forest
Antigua & Barbuda
all crab fine dey hole
Everyone finds their place in life.
proverb
Belize
St. Kitts & Nevis
US Virgin Islands
force ripe
Describes a young girl who likes to act older than her age.
Jamaica
carbide
To ripen prematurely, particularly through artificial means.
Jamaica
carbine
To ripen prematurely, particularly through artificial means.
Jamaica
fortyleg
Centipede; Any of a wide set of many legged arthropods. They are venomous, and their bites may have effects ranging from mild discomfort to life threatening. Their colouration varies with some being black or dark brown and others being orange and blue.
Jamaica
pepper light
Decorative lights used at Christmas time and named for their resemblance to bird peppers
Barbados
nigger pepper
A small, but hot chili pepper used for cooking. The peppers range in colour from green to red.
food
plant
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Trinidad & Tobago
St. Vincent
bird pepper
A small, but hot chili pepper used for cooking. The peppers range in colour from green to red.
food
plant
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Trinidad & Tobago
bud peppa
A small, but hot chili pepper used for cooking. The peppers range in colour from green to red.
food
plant
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Barbados
Dominica
Guyana
St. Kitts & Nevis
Trinidad & Tobago
US Virgin Islands
muddascunt
Derogatory term for a person of ill repute.
profanity
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Grenada
mudda cunt
Derogatory term for a person of ill repute.
Martinique
pomme d'eau
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.
Jamaica
long run, short ketch
You may escape for now, but you will eventually get caught
proverb
Bahamas
Belize
coco plum
Fruit of the Chrysobalanus icaco,which is a shrub or bushy tree, rarely 10 metres tall. In late summer it bears fruit in clusters, that of the coastal form being round, up to 5 cm in diameter, pale-yellow with rose blush or dark-purple in color, while that of the inland form is oval, up to 2.5 cm long, and dark-purple.
fruit
food
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