ga lee an expression of astonishment.
garde soleil an old-fashioned sun bonnet.
Gep a wasp.
Go to bed! Get out of here!; I don't believe you!
Grand Beedè Big clumsy man.
gree gree A curse or spell put on someone (from the Hatian word gris gris).
gumbo okra, a vegetable native to Africa, used extensively in Cajun cooking.
Ha! I don't know!
He's got the cabris He's got a wedgie (his underwear are stuck between his buttocks).
He's got the gumbo His pants are too big in the seat.
hosepipe water hose.
Hot, hot Very hot; (many adjectives are used twice with the first one meaning very).
J'ai gros couer I feel like crying.
loan mo lawn mower.
lee-lahs little green balls that grow on certain trees, usually thrown at friends.
Mais Well (begins many French and English Sentences).
Make a bahbin pout.
make a bill buy groceries.
make the veiller( vay-yay) Spend the evening talking with friends.
Mashwarohn a catfish.
Meenoo, meenoo Here kitty.
moochon a knub, a stump.
moustique, maraguin a mosquito.
muspeulus A Japanese pear tree.
My eye! OR My foot! Never!
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