Caribbean Glossary

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SHORT SYNOPSIS

The Caribbean culture is like none other. Not only is the atmosphere, the food and the history 100% unique...but so is the language! For the first time ever, get the #1 handbook to survive, adapt and understand the wonderful people of Jamaica, Bahamas, Trinidad & Tobago, Guyana, St. Lucia, Barbados, St. Vincent, Cayman Islands and so many other beautiful countries! Filled with terms, definitions, expressions and clear translations for every explorer to enjoy. (SAMPLE BELOW)*

 

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Educational/Humor Handbook
First Edition
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46 pages


SAMPLE OF HANDBOOK

 

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BABA /bah bah/

A term of endearment for a child

 

 

BACKSIDE /bakk syde/

The buttocks area. Used in reference to spanking; discipline

 

 

BAD EYE /bhhaddd ~ aie/

The evil eye; someone placing the evil eye on you

 

 

BAI /bahh eye/

A young boy or sometimes referencing a man

 

 

BAIDE /bae aide/

To take a fresh bath or shower

 

 

BAIGAN CHOKA /bhh eye gan ~ chukke ahh/

Cooked eggplant in a lightly salted stew

 

 

BANGLE /bannng ehll/

A solid, rounded bracelet, typically made of Caribbean gold

 

 

BARE FACE /bheer ~ fhhace/

Without any shame; to appear with no honour

 

   

BERBICE /burrrr beeese/

A seemingly fictional township in Guyana

 

 

BLACK CAKE /bah lakk ~ kayke/

A celebratory dessert made from dried fruit soaked in wine or rum

 

 

BIG UP SO /bhig ~ op ~ soh/

Hefty, also very thick

   

 

BURNAM /burrr nham/

The man credited for ruining all of Guyana

 

 

BUMBUMM /bhumm bhummm/

A thick booty

 

 

BRUCK UP /bhrukk ~ upp/

To be down and out; tired

 

 

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