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Sunday, July 24, 2011

pijon and letil

pijon → pigeon, dove, or penis (body part)

Lètil → (Comes from the French 'Plait-il?')  Also known in Creole as: 'plètil?"  This word is what someone answers when you call their name. It is the equivalent of what you would say if someone called your name: yes?  What? etc...

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