Today’s post is a three-for-one. Two of the words have been covered in previous Creole series.
Definition: log, wood, woods, (also means arm, to outrun)
Pronunciation: as written
Part of Speech: noun
Definition: he/she/it – pronoun –
Pronunciation: “e” and in the letter e
Part of Speech: pronoun
Definition: verb marker that denotes present tense and usually precede a verb (I.e. Mwen ka maché = I am walking)
Pronunciation: pronounced as “ca” in canon
Part of Speech: verb marker that denotes present tense and usually precede a verb (I.e. Mwen ka maché = I am walking)
Stay tuned for the next word.
Natural. Beautiful. You.,
Ben.ar.dett, Creator of Sénica Products
Word of the Month: Dominican Creole is designed to introduce the Kwèyòl (Creole) language of the Commonwealth of Dominica, the inspiration for the Sénica product line. For more information on Dominica, visit www.dominica.dm Learn a new Creole word every month with the Word of the Month: Dominican Creole series. This initiative began in February 2011. A new series is held annually and the duration is determined by the proverb, phrase or words selected. In 2014, we transition to a week-long focus with daily posts sharing a new Creole word along with the definition, part of speech and pronunciation of that word. Stay tuned at www.senicanaturals.com/blog