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Saturday, November 24, 2012

I saw on your blog, the term malelve, and it makes sense, someone with no upbringing. Do haitians also say maledve? I ask because I am certain that is what my parents used to say to me

Yes, Haitians also say maledve.  It is a variation of the Haitian Creole word malelve which comes from the French mal elevé.
Thanks for bringing that up.
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