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Saturday, August 10, 2013

Besides "w'ap konn jòj' and "w'ap gentan konnen'', does this expression ''w'ap konn kawò" mean the same thing as the two above? If not, then what is the meaning of it? Are there other synonymous expressions for all of those?

I am not familiar with the term "W'ap konn kawò."   Could be a regional term.

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  1. My parents just confirmed to that it does mean the same thing as 'wap konn joj' and 'wap gentan konnen'. Although, I didn't hear that expression from parents but somewhere else. At least, you learned a new to say it.

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