Lexicon

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DADA
father
DALLY
executive zig-zag movements on wheels or on foot, to ride a bicycle or motorbike with a weaving motion, as when ones weaves around potholes.
DAN DADA
the highest of DON'S
DAN
than
DARKERS
sunglasses
DASHEEN
a big soft yam-like root, often slightly greyish when cooked. It is related to the coco, but one eats the "head" instead of the tubers.
DAWTA
a girl, woman, "sister," girlfriend
DEAD HOOD
(the H is silent) = A man that can't perform sexually. Impotent.
DEADERS
meat, meat by-products
DEESTANT
decent.
DEGE or DEGE-DEGE
adjective, little, skimpy, measly, only, as in a two dege-dege banana.
DEH
there (place)
DEY
v. to be, exist, as in "No yam no dey". From Ewe de or Twi de - to be
DEY 'PON
(aux. v.) - to be engaged in action or continuing activity literally "there upon" As in "it dey pon de table".
DI
the
DILDO MACCA
dangerous macca or thorn that will bore you up
DINKI
a kind of traditional dance at funerals or "nine nights" ("set-ups"); now popular among school children.
DIS or DIS YA
this
DJEW
as a verb, rain a djew; as a noun, djew rain. It means a light rain or drizzle.
DOGHEART
a person who is especially cold and cruel

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