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Nairaland Forum / Nairaland / General / Politics / Foreign Affairs / Jamaican Curse/”dirty” Words & Other Curse Words/phrases (411444 Views) ISIS In Iraq Stinks Of CIA/NATO ‘dirty War’ Op / Jamaican Teen Transvestite Stabbed To Death At Street Dance / President Robert Mugabe Gave Jamaican Men A Tongue Lashing (1) (2) (3) (4) these are just some of the jamaican words/phrases i kno Batty – ass Batty bwoy, batty man – a gay person Batty hole – anus, asshole Bloodclaat – curse word ref. Yu rass cleat haad eaz – you are damn stubborn A fuckery [email protected] – that’s f*cked up Rhaatid! Mantel – male Love Peddler Yuh deh pon skunt – you’re talking/doing nonsense A wha yuh feel like – what do you think you’re doing Yuh haunted fassy – you’re feeling crazy No come to me wid them aagiment deh – don’t come to me with that type of story Gunkona – go f*ck yourself! lol @kad-skunt is not a jam word hon- it is mainly used by other carri islands jas say cuntinfant killa- is a woman who has abortions fira fa u- means murder them bun them up literally licky licky- refers to the act let me add to ya list p*ssy hole -stupidsome man behave like them a p*ssy-stupidme sey- i am telling yousuck ya mother- exactly what is saysgo suck ya girl-exactly as it says, these are used as insults- but the majority of ja men do go down wa gwan- how are uthis line of a song i love to bits i think it is really funny-[b]some gal belly hang over like shirt, take care ya self girl no wa wort thats for all the girls with big belly ie fat gal them.
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