Source: Various Internet
The dialect of the people of jamaica and surrounding islands.
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a- to be am.
a-fe- It's for.
a-go- I am going to go.
abeng- Horn instruments which Maroons made from a cow horn to warn them of attacks.
Accompong- One of the Maroon towns in Jamica.
ah good- serve you just right.
ahoa/aoah- an exclamation similar to Oooh or Aaaah.
all fruits ripe- an expression which means everything is going well
alla wi- all of us.
alms ouse- nonsense.
anancy/anansi- The name of the main character of the Jamaican folklore stories of the man-spider named Anancy/Anansi.
asham- A popular Jamaican snack made with crushed roasted corn salt and pepper
baas- boss sometimes used like the North American slang bro or Chief
babylon- police any establishment
back-aff- back off take off
backative- backing support buy in
backside or baxside- bottom or buttocks used as a curse term
backsiding or baxsiding- beat up beating whipping
bad bad bad- very bad situation. extreme issue
bad mine- carrying a grudge
bad mout- bad mouth to speak bad about someone gossiping
bad wud- bad word
badda- bother extremely bad person
badda badda- bother bother to constantly bother someone where it becomes annoying.
badderation- a big problem
badmine- jealous or having grudge
bafan- clumsy awkward
baggy- panty child's underpants
bait- someone who trash talks and never delivers
bak chat- back talk
bakra- overseer superior from the slavery term back raw from being whipped by the slavemaster
baldhead- anybody without dreadlocks accepting the establishment
ball an chain- strict control
bammy- a cake made of cassava eaten frequently with fish
bandooloo- dishonest or dishonesty