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Thursday, September 27, 2012

what does fe'm kado'w mean?

Is this from Carimi?
In this song, it seem to mean "Give yourself to me"

Fè kado means to give, to give a gift (where the object will be placed betwee and kado)
Examples:

1. Fè'm kado (contracted)
    Fè mwen kado (not contracted)
    Give me

2. Fè'm kado yon ti dlo.
    Give me some water.

3. Nou te fè yo kado yon $20.00.
    We gave them $20.00

4. Mwen te fè legliz la kado yon machin.
     I gave the church a car.    
     I gave a car to the church.

5. Li te fè'm kado yon bekàn pou fèt mwen.
     He gave me a bike for my birthday.

6.  Misye te fè menaj li kado yon bag pou twazyèm anivèsè yo.
     He gave his girlfriend a ring for their their anniversary. 

7. Fè'n kado prezans ou.
    Give us your presence.
    Bless us with your presence.
     Grace us with your presence.

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  1. This site is so helpful!!!! I am Haitian-American and unfortunately my parents only spoke English with my siblings and I. I want to go to Haiti and learn as much Creole as possible before going. Thank you!

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