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  1. Nolwazi Kwayedza

    Gree

    means: "agree" or "agreed" Example sentences
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    Am

    means: "it" Example sentences: Note: in JC you'd say im instead of am.
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    Get

    get means: "has", "have" or "had" Another variant of get is git. Example:
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    Na

    na means: "is", "it", "it's" or "does" Example:
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    Laviish

    means to spend or indulge in something luxurious Example sentences
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    Yeyebrity

    this is a pejorative term for someone who has no shame in their game and does anything for fame without second-guessing whether their behavior is acceptable or not (i.e., exitus acta probat). And in other words, a textbook example of a yeyebrity is a clout-chaser or a clout demon. Example usage
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    Confam

    means: "confirm" Example usage:
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    Im

    means: "his", or "him" Example sentences Note: Im is also found in Jamaican Creole and it means he, him, she, or hers.
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    For

    means: "yours", "that which belongs to you", "for", "in", "on", "into", "onto", or "should" Example sentences
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    Wey

    means: "where", "which", "who", or "whose" Okay, check out a few examples I've written for you below. Example sentences
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    Dey

    means: "to be", "to exist" So you can use dey for these types of words: "can", is", "are", "was", "does", "am", and "they". Example sentences Note: This is probably the most used word in pretty much any NPE convo. It is also used in JC. But either as de, day, dey, or deh. For...
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