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Thursday, November 1, 2012

"puiz" means well?

If you mean like a water well, it's pi in Creole.
It comes from the French puit which means well, so you might hear some people say pui in Creole.

yon pi → a well
yon pi dlo → a water well

He fell into a water well.
Li te tonbe nan yon pi dlo.
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