Talk of the town, originally talk of the females signifying someone with many female conquests
MY BABY MOTHER/FATHER
the mother/father of my child
n. a form of benign magic oposed to Obeah, hence myalman. From Hursa maye-wizard, person of mystic power.
n. pejorative for a black person
n. Yoruba person, practice or language. From Ewe anago-Yoruba person
adv. will not. Emphatic as in "Me nah do that"
midwife; nanny or nurse.
"What sweet nanny goat a go run him belly" is a cautionary Jamaican proverb which translated means: What tastes good to a goat will ruin his belly. In other words - the things that seem good to you now, can hurt you later...
NATTY, NATTY DREAD, NATTY CONGO
1. dreadlocks 2. a person with dreadlocks
Ancient Hebrew meaning to "separate", consecrated, set apart by choice and devotion
to promote and foster a positive feeling. to "nice up the dance" means to get the party going
1. "death to all black and white oppressors" 2. East African warriors who resisted colonial domination 3. large Rastafarian meeting and spiritual gathering 4. referring to orthodox, traditional Rastas 5. a variety of drumming
name for Rastas referring to Niyabinghi warriors of East Africa
no matter, as in "no kya weh im tun", no matter where he turns.
Don or top ranking badman
interrogative at end of sentence; literally, "Is it not so?"