Patois: Happy Eastah mi fren
English: Happy Easter my friend
Patois: Di squaddie gone inna di house
English: The police officer went in the house
A pejorative title use to refer to an elderly male
Patois: Dis yah long seed man shoulda kno betta
English: Dis old man should of known better
Where are you going?
Patois: Weh yah guh nex?
English: Where are you going next?
A woman who is publicly being made a fool of by their significant other.
Patois: Him a gi har bun, shi a yamabella
English: He's cheating on her, she's a silly female
Patois: Guh fi it, nuh tap
English: Go for it, don't stop
That's how I like it
Patois: Put more ketchup pan eh, suh mi like it
English: Put more ketchup on it, that's how I like it
Patois: Nuh seh nuh'n, low dem
English: Don't say anything, leave them
Literally, "move and go away."
Patois: Shut up an move an gweh!
English: Shut up and get lost!
the part of the human body between the legs where they join the torso.
Patois: Di pants cratchiz tear out
English: The pants crotch is torn
Lots of love
Patois: Mi hav nuff luv fi yuh
English: I have lots of love for you
Mad Or Crazy
someone that's behaving like they are not in their right senses.
Patois: Di gyal dem deh sick Inna dem head
English: The girls over there are crazy