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Friday, May 20, 2016

Is it best to use the word 'andikape' as opposed to 'kokobe' when referring to a handicapped person in Haitian Creole?

Yes. We use the word andikape or enfim.

yon moun enfim - a handicapped person
yon moun andikape - a handicapped person

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  1. Mandalay hello I'm looking for the song "Si'm pata chante konin mwen ta pli malere" or Lhoner Louanj do you know it?

  2. Has anyone heard from Mandaly? Her blog and social media haven't been updated in quite some time. I hope all is well.

    1. Hi. I'm still here. Thanks for checking up on me :)
      A full time job and full time graduate studies prevented me from being faithful to my blog. I am glad the busy schedule have let up now.

  3. I spoke these words in my dream and when I awoke I kept repeating them... What do they mean please help " ula baka baka"?