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Trinidad & Tobago
peltin waist
To dance
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Barbados
wuk up
To dance
3 comments
Antigua & Barbuda
Barbados
Bahamas
Belize
Dominica
Grenada
Guadeloupe
Guyana
Jamaica
Cayman Islands
Turks & Caicos
Trinidad & Tobago
British Virgin Isles.
wine
To wind or coil
Barbados
pelttin waist
To dance
Jamaica
yellow tail
The Yellow Tail Snapper. A species of snapper with a yellow stripe along the length of its body and a yellow tail.
animal
food
Guyana
pond fly
A dragonfly.
Antigua & Barbuda
Haiti
Jamaica
zoutupeg
An uncouth individual
person
Dominica
Guadeloupe
Martinique
US Virgin Islands
zouk
A fast tempo style of rhythmic music originating from the French Caribbean islands of Guadeloupe and Martinique.
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Jamaica
zutupeg
An uncouth individual
Jamaica
dog nyam yu suppa
You are in trouble
Jamaica
coxnut
A fruit related to the passion fruit, but with a hard green skin. They are significantly sweeter than passion fruits.
food
fruit
plant
Jamaica
bull cow
A male cow.
Trinidad & Tobago
cobeaux
Turkey vulture or black vulture. A large carrion feeding bird of prey with a turkey-like bald red or black head.
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.
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Jamaica
tinkin toe
Hymenaea courbaril (Jatobá or Guapinol or Algarrobo) is a tree and fruit common to the Caribbean, Central, and South America. It is a hardwood that is used for furniture, flooring and decorative purposes. Its sap is utilized in perfumes and varnishes. It is known for its malodourous fruit which has a hard shell protecting edible pulp.
Bahamas
cou cou soup
A prepared meal intended to trap (tie) a man in a romantic relationship. Women prepare the meal by cooking (usually soup) and putting vaginal juices (especially during their time of the month) in the food. It is similar to ganga channa.
sexual
4 comments
Trinidad & Tobago
cokey eye
Cross eyed or cockeyed; Condition in which the eyes are not properly aligned with each other and appear to be looking in different directions.
Guyana
morue
Fish dried and salted for preservation. The fish is usually the Atlantic or Pacific cod, however, pollock and haddock are sometimes used. Preparation typically involves an initial step of soaking in water overnight or boiling to remove the excess salt.
food
Grenada
lamuwhe
Fish dried and salted for preservation. The fish is usually the Atlantic or Pacific cod, however, pollock and haddock are sometimes used. Preparation typically involves an initial step of soaking in water overnight or boiling to remove the excess salt.
food
Antigua & Barbuda
Jamaica
Trinidad & Tobago
saltfish
The vagina. The female sexual organ.