- 1 How do you say thank you in Rastafarian?
- 2 What is the meaning of Mi Deh Yah?
- 3 How do you say good morning in Jamaican?
- 4 What is a female Rasta called?
- 5 What do Rasta say before smoking?
- 6 What do Jamaicans say a lot?
- 7 How do you say hello how are you in Jamaican?
- 8 What is a Yardie girl?
- 9 How do you respond to Weh yuh deh pon?
- 10 What does ENUH mean?
- 11 How do you respond to wah gwan?
- 12 What does SML mean in Jamaican texting?
- 13 Where is Jamaica located?
How do you say thank you in Rastafarian?
To say “hello”, use: “Wa gwaan” or “Yes I”. To say “goodbye”, use: “Me a go”, or “Lickle bit”. To say “thank you”, use: “Give thanks” or “Praise Jah”.
What is the meaning of Mi Deh Yah?
‘Mi deh yah, yuh know’ While the literal translation is ‘ I am here ‘, the implied meaning is ‘everything is ok’, or ‘I’m doing well’.
How do you say good morning in Jamaican?
The translation for, “Good morning” in the Jamaican Patois language is: ” Gud mawnin.
What is a female Rasta called?
The role of Rastafarian women, who are called Queens, and the rules that apply specifically to women.
What do Rasta say before smoking?
Before smoking the plant the Rasta will say a prayer to Jah (God) or to Haile Selassie I. Before Rasta smoke the ritual plant, they say a prayer to their god Haile Selassie. Unfortunately for the Rasta, the smoking of Ganja has become one of the Rasta biggest struggles.
What do Jamaicans say a lot?
These are the top Jamaican sayings and phrases to use when you visit Jamaica:
- ‘Weh Yuh Ah Seh’ The literal translation of this Jamaican saying is, “What are you saying?”.
- ‘Small Up Yuhself’
- ‘Wah Gwaan’
- ‘Mi Deh Yah, Yuh Know’
- ‘Weh Yuh Deh Pon’
- ‘Ya Mon’
How do you say hello how are you in Jamaican?
Howdeedo – How are you? This is a very common greeting phrase among the elderly folks in Jamaican communities.
What is a Yardie girl?
Members of Jamaican or West Indian posses (gangs) are known as yardies, yard meaning either a home or their native land. The girls are known as yard gals.
How do you respond to Weh yuh deh pon?
It is used throughout the Jamaican diaspora, including in hip-hop culture and by reggae music fans. The standard response is nagwan / nuttin nah gwaan (“nothing is going on”). A usual response to wagwan can be nagwan, or “nothing’s going on,” (i.e., not much).
What does ENUH mean?
Literally, ” you know.”
How do you respond to wah gwan?
A usual response to wagwan can be nagwan, or “nothing’s going on,” (i.e., not much). No matter how you say it, small talk is universal, it seems. Wagwan can also be used grammatically within a statement rather than just a stand-alone greeting (e.g. I never know wagwan on The Bachelorette).
What does SML mean in Jamaican texting?
The meaning of SML is: So much love.
Where is Jamaica located?