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PAKI
calabash, gourd
PAPAA
pawpaw, or papaya melon
PASSA PASSA
(n.) fracas that arises out of gossip and/or idle chatter, Weekly dance in downtown Kingston
PATTAN
pattern, style and fashion
PATU
owl
PAYAKA
heathen craven, want it all
PYAKA
tricky or dishonest.
PEEL-HEAD
bald-headed, usually certain chickens or vultures
PEENYWALLY
a kind of large fire fly, actually a type of flying beetle
PEER, PEAR
avocado pear
PHENSIC
JA equivalent to Tylenol, Excedrin, etc.
PICKY, PICKY HEAD
brush haircut
PICKY-PICKY finicky or choosy
PINDA peanut.
PIRA
a low wooden stool
PITY-ME-LIKL
a type of very tiny red ant whose bite is so hot and long-lasting it resembles a sting.
POCOMANIA, POCO
christian revival, distinct drum rhythm
POLYTRICKS politics