Double up!-Jamaican Repeated Words

Watch in HD, as Jaynia of teaches some double words used in the Jamaican vocabulary. Learn the meaning of words like nyami nyami, dege dege, laba laba, pyaka pyaka, woi woi, dugu dugu in the usual fun ‘Jamaican Sinting’ way!! There are many more words that we ‘double up’. Follow us on Facebook for more.
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• The Jamaican Patois language is still being officially standardized, so some of the spellings used here in the series, may not correspond with others seen elsewhere. Two formats of spellings are used here 1) What the presenter thinks best captures how the words are most commonly spelled, and 2) The proposed Jamaica Language Unit-Cassidy writing system used in the Jamaican New Testament Bible translation (Di Jamiekan Nyuu Testiment). This can help you to read the Patois (Patwa) Bible.