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Tuesday, September 22, 2015

What does “choumoumou” means in creole? Does it mean soft or softly?

No. Where I come from it means very short or tiny person.
In what context was the choumounou used?


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4 comments:

  1. To describe a person. moun sa choumoumou

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    1. Ah I see...

      I haven't heard the term used like that. I mostly hear it in the context of .... yon ti choumoumou.

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    1. Let me rectify these two words so that we are talking about the same words:
      chou-mou-nou - which means short person
      chou-mou-mou - which, based on your context might mean soft or weak.

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