How do you greet someone in Haiti?
- Strangers acknowledge each other in the street by saying bonjou (good morning) or bonswa (good afternoon).
- It’s common to shake hands with men, women and children when meeting for the first time and when saying goodbye.
- Females are often greeted with a kiss on each cheek.
How do you say good morning in Creole Haitian?
Bonjou means Good Morning.
What does Alo mean in Creole?
alo noun. hello. bèl adjective. beautiful, pretty, nice, lovely, scenic.
What does Soumoun mean in Creole?
SOU MOUN: This is a common slang phrase in Haitian Creole that means ” wannabe” or “obsessed with the options of others.” In some context it just means “annoying.” For example, someone who is always interrupting the conversations of others or giving their opinions when not requested.
What does get Momo mean?
MOMO means ” Idiot or irritating person.”
What is a nice day in French Creole?
In a more formal context, you can say “j’espère que vous passerez une bonne journée”, for example when talking to a customer. This literally translates to “I hope you have a nice day”. Another slightly formal version is “je te souhaite une bonne journée” or “je vous souhaite une bonne journée”.
What does pita mean in Creole?
pita adverb. later, afterwards. sou adjective, preposition. so, on, over, drunk, upon.