Lexicon

Want to look up some words and phrases, got a catchy tune in your head and want to know what some things exactly mean?

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
I-DREN
(n.)- male Rastafarian
I-MAN
I, me, mine
I-NEY
a greeting
I-REY
1. a greeting 2. excellent, cool, highest
I-SHENCE
herb
I-TAL
vital, organic, natural, wholesome; refers to way of cooking and way of life, in colors, red, green and gold
I-WAH
hour or time
I
replaces "me", "you", "my"; replaces the first syllable of seleted words, I and I, I&I: I, me, you and me, we, Rastafari speech eliminates you, me we, they, etc., as divisive and replaces same with communal I and I. I and I embraces the congregation in unity with the Most I (high) in an endless circle of inity (unity).
IEZ-HAAD
ears-hard, thick skulled, stubborn, unwilling or unable to hear.
IEZ
ears.
ILIE
adj. literally, "highly", valuable, exalted, even sacred
IGNORANT
short-tempered, easy to vex, irate.
INNA DI MORROWS
tomorrow
INNA
In the
IRIE
A Greeting. excellent, cool, highest, adj. powerful and pleasing
IRON BALLON
expression for singer who has not found his/her voice
ISES/IZES/ISIS
praises, Praises to the almighty given by Rasta when calling on the name of Jah for strength and assistance for achieving progress in life.
ISMS and SKISMS
negative term denoting Babylon's classificatory systems
ITES
1. the heights 2. a greeting 3. the color red, great 4. another word for irie. Or you use it to mean "OK" as in when someone asks you to do something for you, you would reply, "Ites."
IWA
certain time or hour

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