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COME EEN LIKE
to seem as if; to resemble.
CONTROL
to be in charge of, responsible for, to own; to take
COO 'PON
v. (origin unclear) Look upon!
COO YAH v. (origin unclear) Look here! pay attention
COOL RUNNINGS
usually used at a time of departure on a long journey meaning have a safe trip
COOLIE
the traditional Jamaican epithet for East Indians. It is never used It is never used for Chinese Jamaicans. Usually in the form coolie-man or coolie-oman. It is not considered polite today anymore than the term nega, but it is still used widely in rural areas.
COLLIE
n. (urban slang) ganja
COME YAH (cumyu)
come here.
CORK UP
jammed, filled, crowded
CORN
1. marijuana 2. money 3. a bullet
COTCH
verb (cotch up), to support something else, as with a forked stick; to balance something or place it temporarily; to beg someone a cotch, can be a place on a crowded bus seat or bench; or it may mean to cotch a while, to stay somewhere temporarily.
COTTA
a roll of cloth or vegetation placed on top of the head to cushion the skull from the weight of a head load.
CRAB
aside from it's usual meaning, it is a verb meaning to scratch or claw.
CRAVEN
greedy
CRAVEN CHOKE PUPPY
someone who wants everything but when they get it , they can't manage it.
CREATION STEPPER
means you step it in and throughout Babylon without fear - cuttin' edge, livin' on the edge, fear no foe. Lookin justice in the eye and saying, What are you doin ?"!!
CRIS or criss
crisp; popularly used for anything brand-new, slick-looking., (adj.) cool, great, fine; "Every'ting cris!"
CRISSARS
crisp, brand-new