Nanan, Nanny Godmother.
noonie a baby's pacifier.
Oo ye yi! Ouch! or I'm sad.
Passé Go away dog.
Pass a mop to mop.
pass a slap Grande Isle; I'm going to slap you.
Pass the vacuum to vacuum.
patrack an old, run-down truck.
Peekon a thorn.
peeshnick to thump something with your finger.
Peeshwank runt, little person.
peunez a stink bug.
pick up (something) put (something) away.
pirogue a small boat like a canoe.
piss-au-lis golden rod (a weed).
pomeč to laugh or cry so hard that you can't catch your breath.
poo-yee-yi That stinks!
possedč a bad, mischievous, kid (literally; possessed).
rahdoht boring, never-ending conversation.
rocachah burrs found on the beach that stick to your socks.
rodeé to run the roads and never stay home.
rozoe A long thin reed used to make a buckblind (a blind used when hunting).
Saleau Sloppy, dirty old man.
Saloppe Sloppy, dirty old woman.
seekahsah a wasp.
Slow the T.V. Turn down the volume.
Speed up the T.V. Turn up the volume.
sussette a baby's pacifier.
T used in front of any name. "T" means petit (little); T-Sam etc.
Tawk an onomalefteia; the sound you make when you hit something, usually a person.
Tete dure Hard head; Stubborn.
Texians Grande Isles; All people who don't talk like us.
The mouse Grande Isles; A mouse that would leave money under the pillows instead of the tooth fairy.
The Island Grand Isle, Louisana.
Tooloulou a fiddler crab.
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