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Definitions of "Bawn back a cow" (Slang)

1. Bawn back a cow


Expression used to refer to a very stupid or idiotic person. The literal translation is “born behind a cow”.

Example Sentences

Patois: Him bawn backa cow, him cyaah duh nutten right
English: He’s very stupid, he can’t do anything right

Related Words

All fruits ripe , Babylon , Bad like yaz , Bashy ,

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