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|Patwa (Jamaican Patois)||Play audio||Translation||Edit link|
eg. "go a shop", meaning "go to the shop"
(aux.) w/v. going to do
eg. "Me a go tell him", meaning "I am going to tell him".
|ACCOMPONG||(n.) name of Maroon warrior, Capt. Accompong, brother of Cudjo; also name of town. From the Twi name for the supreme deity|
|ACKEE||(n.) African food tree introduced about 1778.|
|AGONY||(n.) the sensations felt during sex|
|ALIAS||(adj.) (urban slang) dangerous, violent|
|ALMSHOUSE||(n.) unsavoury behaviour or situation.|
the biblical final battle between the forces of good and evil
(n.) parched, sweetened, and ground corn.
aka "Brown George"
(adj.) hot (weather)