Lexicon

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SAL'TING
1. dishes cooked with saltfish or meat. 2. that part of the meal which is served with the "food" (starchy food, ground food). 3. by some strange extension, the female organ, often simply called "sal". the food that goes with the rice, potatoes or starchy food; like calalloo, fish and sauce, sauces or gravy
SALT
adjective, broke, empty-handed, low on funds or food, as in "tings salt" or "i' salt".
SAMBO
the colour between brown and black; someone who is a cross between a mullatto (brown) and a black.
SAMFAI MAN
trickster, conman.
SHAMPATA
n. sandal of wood or tire rubber. Span. zapato
SANFI
A manipulator - dishonest person. A person that will sweet talk you out of love and money. "Dam Sanfi Bitch".
SANKEY
n. religious song of a paticularly lugubrious tone, sung in the long or common meter. From Ira David Sankey, evangelist and hymnalist
SAPS
a weakling, loser
SATA
to rejoice, to meditate, to give thanks and praise.
SATTA
sit, rest, meditate, relax
SCIENCE
obeah, witchcraft
SCIENTIST
occult practitioner
SCOUT
denoting inferior status
SCREECHIE
to sneak by
SCREW
to scowl, to be angry
SEEN
I understand, I agree
SEEN?
Do you understand?
SHAG
home-cured tobacco, straight from the field.
SHAKE OUT
leave without haste, casually
SHEG (UP)
verb, to bother, as in "all sheg up", all hot and bothered, or or spoiled up (as of work).

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