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Thursday, April 26, 2012

Zo grann?

Zo grann, literally grandma's bones (skeleton in the closet), refer to things that are buried or concealed, often for a reason. You'll hear that expression, especially, as a warning to someone trying to unearth secrets or hidden things, or digging too deep into things:

W'ap chache zo grann ou.
You're digging too deep.

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