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Wednesday, March 19, 2014

I wish someone would help me with a single word in Haitian Creole. The word is "moth". There is an insect similar to the butterfly called in English "moth." I know that butterfly is called "Papiyon" in Haitian Creole, but what is the word for "moth"? Could someone help me? Thank you in advance.


We do call them papiyon, ti papiyon denwi, papiyon lanp, or bèt lanp

Clothes or bread moths, on the other hand are called “mit”.

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1 comment:

  1. Sorry I don't know where you ask questions concerning songs... but there's this song that goes you are alpha omega prince of peace.. you dry the tears in my eyes

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