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1. deh yah


English Translation

Here


Definition

A phrase used to indicate one's presence in a particular place or location, often used to convey readiness or availability


Example Sentences

Patois: Mi deh yah pon di corner, come link me when yuh ready
English: I'm here on the corner, come link me when you're ready



posted by anonymous on July 23, 2023


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Other Definitions of "deh yah"

2. deh yah


English Translation

I'm here


Example Sentences

Patois: Deh yah a chill
English: I'm here chilling


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posted by anonymous on December 12, 2022


3. deh yah


English Translation

I'm here


Example Sentences

Patois: Yow mi deh ah a chill
English: Yo I'm here chilling



posted by anonymous on November 4, 2022


4. deh yah (Adverb)


English Translation

Here


Example Sentences

(patois) Yow, Mark dehyah?
(english) Hey, is Mark here?



posted by anonymous on April 25, 2013



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