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Monday, July 1, 2013

I just heard today a conversation my mother had with an acquaintance of ours. They said the word ''bonn''. I think it means 'helper' or 'maid' or 'butler' but I'm not sure because that is the first time I heard this word. So, what does "bonn" mean? Also, what are some synonyms for "bonn"?

Sure, in H. Creole we say bòn (or sèvant, restavèk, domestik) → servant, maid

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