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Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Do you know what's "nitèt"? can't find this word anywhere.

as one word, it sounds like bare headed, or with the head uncovered
But if it's two words it would probably be part of clause like this Li pa gen ni tèt ni pye......, in that case it means neither the head nor ....., or it could mean both the head and ........
Or it might be something completely different......
It's hard to say without knowledge of the context here :)

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