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Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Hi, just wondering if in kreyol if they have a way to say a woman is thick? mesi :)

Thick as in overweight?
If yes, then you can use gra or gwo.

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  1. Not like overweight, but like a woman who has curves (i.e. hips, thighs, etc)

    1. Oh I see. In Haiti, if the person's got curves then the person is anfòm, gen bèl fòm, byen kanpe, gen fòm koka, seksi, or anpenpan. These are all the attributes that you can use for "thick".

      You can say, for example:
      The woman is curvy.
      Fanm nan gen bèl fòm.
      Fanm nan gen fòm koka.
      Fanm nan byen kanpe.