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Monday, February 17, 2014

What is the different between: atoufe, chime, detrake, malfekte, rakete, magouye, vole, and eskamote?


What is the different between: atoufe, chime, detrake, malfekte, rakete, magouye, vole, and eskamote?

Atoufè (mechan) – mischievous person

chimè (sovaj) – cruel, heartless person

detrake (fou) – crazy, demented person

malfektè (lougawou) – evil person

raketè (vòlè, piyajè) – racketeer, pirate

magouyè (manigansè, tronpè) – imposter, sham

vòlè (dwèt long, chat mawon) – burglar, crook

eskamotè (tripotèz) – scandalous, backbiting

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