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Monday, June 24, 2013

What is the meaning of ALAWONYAY as in the sentene: Wout pou yo te pase nan mon yo te danjere e te konn gen anpil vole ki alawonyay

alawonyay lurking, snooping, prowling

Wout pou yo te pase nan mòn yo te danjere e te konn gen anpil vole ki alawonyay
The road they could have taken in the hills was dangerous and usually there were crooks lurking around.
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