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What is rat in creole?

What is rat in creole?

More Haitian Creole words for rat. rat noun. spleen.

What is up in creole slang?

“Sak Pase” is a common Haitian Creole phrase that means “What’s happening? It is often used to greet friends, similar to how you would say “what’s up” in English.

What are Haitian proverbs?

Four Haitian Proverbs You Should Know

  • Tout moun. se moun. – Everyone deserves to be treated as a human being.
  • Kouri lapli, tonbe larivyè. – In. avoiding one thing, we fall into something worse.
  • Bay kou. bliye, pote mak sonje. – The culprit forgets, the victim remembers.
  • Lespwa fè viv. – Hope makes one live.

What does Ki mean in creole?

The word ki is a relative pronoun that means “which” or “that”, as you have learned previously, as in “the person that is over there”. It also is an adjective that means “which” or “what”, as in “which one do you need?”, equivalent to the French quel.

What does misfortune doesn’t have a horn mean?

Proverb 3: Misfortune has no horn. Overall, anything can happen at anytime, whether it’s a miracle or some misfortunate. Be prepared to face the worse.

What does SA mean in Haitian Creole?

English Translation. so. More meanings for sa. this pronoun.

What is a Zoe to Haitians?

The word ‘Zoe’ means a ‘bone’ in Haitian Creole, according to Haitian people on social media. ‘Zoe’ is an English version of the word ‘Zo’ in Creole. As one Reddit user explained: “Zoe means bone in Creole. Bones are tough and hard to break, similar to Haitian people. Tough and hard to break.”

What is Haitian Zoe?

“Zoe'” is the anglicized variant of the word zo, Haitian Creole for “bone”, as members were known to be “hard to the bone.” When conflicts against Haitians arose, the pound would be sought out to retaliate; thus, the street gang name, “Zoe Pound”, was born.

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