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❶It is likely a polite permutation of "ras", a la "gosh" or "heck". They ressemble the ancestral dancers of West Africa, but the ety.


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Those words that look like they'll be lasting, I'll shift to my page on established Jamaican phrases and words. An interesting thing I've noticed is that some Jamaican slang words take hold of the whole .

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English Translation: Jamaican Definition Slang term used to refer a Jamaican or Jamaican descents that live aboard, typically in the United Kingdom. Additionally the term “yardie” may refer to a gang consisting predominantly of Jamaicans criminals who are involved in activities such . 1. cloth, an essential part of most Jamaican bad words, such as bumbo clot, rass clot, blood clot, etc. The essence of Jamaican cursing seems to be nastiness, rather than the blashemy or sexuality which is characteristic of the metropolitan countries.

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Top 20 Jamaican Double-Up Words. 20 Essential Jamaican Patois Phrases Translated to English. 12 Favorite Jamaican slangs of all time. 10 Words Jamaicans Mispronounce. Jamaica‘s New Lingos "Zack the Lazy Zebra" read in Jamaican Patois "The Yak Who Yelled Yuck" read in Jamaican Patois. Jamaican Sentences Broken Down into their Individual Words, and Phrases. Learn Patois jargon: Frah wha – from what pawt – part yuh deh – you from.