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
NUH NUTTIN
not a big deal
NUH TRUE?
isn't it so?
NYAM
to eat.
(TOO) NYAMI-NYAMI
title given to those who like to eat any food they encounter, without discretion
NYING'I-NYING'I
nagging, whining.
O-DOKONO
boiled maize bread.
OBEAH
traditional African "science", relating to matters of the spirit and spirits, spells, divinations, omens, extra-sensory knowledge, etc.
OHT FI
about to, on the vergeof, as in "it hoht fi rain", it is about to rain, it looks like rain.
ONE DROP
A popular type of rhythm pattern used on countless reggae records
ONE LOVE
a parting phrase, expression of unity
ONE-ONE
adjective, one by one, thus any small amount.
ONGLE
only.
PAKI
calabash, gourd.
PAPAA
pawpaw, or papaya melon.
PASSA PASSA
gossip
PATTAN
pattern, style and fashion
PATU
owl.
PAYAKA
heathen, craven, want it all
PYAKA
tricky or dishonest.
PEEL-HEAD
bald-headed, usually certain chickens or vultures.

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