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Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Tet kale

Tèt kale - bald head, smooth head (it means your head has no hair whatsoever, totally hairless)
Tèt chòv - bald head (it means your head has no hair where you should normally have hair)

Haitian Creole expressions for tèt kale are:
heart and soul, exclusively, thouroughly, from head to toe, all the way.

A new movement, lead by newly elected President of Haiti, Michel Martelly (2010),  is also called Tèt Kale.  This movement may stand for thoroughness and conclusiveness.

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