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BALMYARD
(n.) place where pocomania rites are held, healing is done, spells cast or lifted
BAKRA
(n.) white slave master, oppressor, member of the ruling class in colonial days, Etymology: "back raw" (which he bestowed with a whip.)
BALDHEAD, BALHEAD
(n.) one without dreadlocks, one who works for Babylon
BAMBA YAY
(adv.) by and by
BAMBU, BAMBOO
(n.) rolling paper
BAMMY
(n.) a pancake made out of cassava, after it has been grated and squeezed to remove the bitter juice.
BANDULU
(n.) bandit, criminal, one living by guile, adj. a "Bandulu Business" is a racket, a swindle.
BANGARANG
(n.) hubbub, uproar, disorder, disturbance.
BANKRA
(n.) a big basket, including the type which hangs over the sides of a donkey.
BANTON
(n.) a storyteller
BASHMENT
party, dance, session
BAT
(n.) moth or bat.
BATTY (n.) bottom, backside, anus.
BATTYBWOY
(n.) a homosexual male
BEAST
a policeman
BEEF
desirable woman
BEENIE
little
BEX
vex (verb), or vexed (adjective).