To amuse oneself.
(patois) Tap di ramping roun di table
(english) Stop the playing around the table
Patois: Mi did haffi walk di laas 2 mile kaaz mi kyar pap dung
English: I had to walk the last 2 miles because my car broke down
Slang term used to refer to persons that have high positions in an organization (politicians, police chiefs etc... ).
Patois: Him did a try fi impress di bigga heads
English: He was trying to impress the higher ups
Not everything good to eat is good to talk about
Some things are better left unsaid
Wah gwaan -English Translation - What’s going on or what’s up - Definition Pronounced as “waa gwaan”, the literal translation is “what’s going on” but when used as a greeting, it can also mean “What’s up”. Different variation of “Wah gwaan” may be used but they all have the same meaning. These include; wah deh gwaan, whatta gwaan or waguan (pronounced wa-goo-ahn)