Kreyole Word of the Day: Bikabonat

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Bikabonat (noun)

Baking Soda

Mete bikabonat sou li. (Translation: Put baking soda on it.)

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Kreyole Word of the Day: Dansé

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Dansé (verb)

Dance

Aswè a nou pral danse lakay Pé Yoyo. (Translation: Tonight we are going dancing at Pé Yoyo’s house.)

Kreyole Word of the Day: Chante

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Chante (verb)

Sing

Mwen pral chante demen nan lekòl la. (Translation: I am going to sing at the school tomorrow.)

Kreyole Word of the Day: Naje

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Naje (noun)

Swim

Si ou pa ka naje, pa jwe nan dlo. (Translation: If you can’t swim, don’t play in water.)

Kreyole Word of the Day: Jalouzi

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Jalouzi (noun)

  1. Jealous/Jealousy

  2. Envy

Li fè jalouzi. (Translation: She is jealous.)

Kreyole Word of the Day: Vakans

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Vakans (noun)

vacation

Mwen pa ka ret tann pou vakans sa rive. (Translation: I can’t wait for this vacation to come.)

Kreyole Word of the Day: Maryaj

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Maryaj (noun)

marriage

Yon maryaj bèl bagay. (Translation: A wonderful marriage.)

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