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Friday, August 10, 2012

Moun ki chache pwoteksyon bo kote BD ki anwo nan syel la, moun ki rete kache anba zel BD ki gen tout pouvwa a...tanpri esplike "bo kote" na vese sa...does it mean person who searches for protection close to God? Mesi anpil!!

Wi.  Ou kòrèk.  Tradiksyon ou egzak.

Bò kote (literally around the sides) means close to, beside, nearby, alongside
Haitian Creole speakers will use the following words to say near, next to, or close to: bò, bò kote, bò kot, pre, tou pre.
Please see this audio post which includes bò kote
Haitian Creole ↔ English Reference, Look up Haitian Creole and English Words

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