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Thursday, March 24, 2011

how do you say girl and boy in creole

girl - fi,  ti fi (literally means little woman)

ladies - medam, dam


Young woman - jenn dam, jenn ti dam, jenn fanm, jenn fi

woman - fi, fanm, madanm, dam, ti dam, kòmè, nègès


boy - gason, ti bray, ti gason (literally means little man)


Young man - jenn jan, jennnom, jenòm, jenn gason

man - gason, nèg, mesye, nonm, konpè

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