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RAS CLOT, BLOOD CLOT curse words
RAGGA
A style of reggae that uses digital rhythms exclusively. A term sometimes used interchangably with dancehall, since the latter music has become heavily digitized as well.
RAGGAMUFFIN
jamaican ghetto dweller
RAM full up
RAM GOAT slang for someone who deals with many ladies
RANKING
highly respected
RAAS or RASS
backside, rump; a common curse is "to rass!" or "rass clot!", "really?", "damn!", Foolish or contemptible person or thing , Exclamation of surprise or disgust , Used for emphasis E.g. Shanequa is so rass facety
RASTA, RASTAFARIAN
a follower of Marcus Garvey who worships the Almighty in the person of Haile Selassie I
RAT-BAT
bat, the night-flying rodent
RATCHET a switchblade knife popular in Jamaica
RAW
unbearably hungry
RED very high on herb , mulato color
RED EYE
Envious. "You too red eye, you're too envious."
RENK, Wrenk
foul-smelling, raw-smelling., very upset
RHAATID, RATID, RAATID, RAHTID
a curse-exclamation, similar to "what the hell", expression of astonishment, fright, or admiration., (noun) eg "... move yu raatid from yasso"
RHYGIN spirited, vigorous, lively, passionate with great vitality and force, sexually provocative and aggressive. Probably a form of English raging.
RIZZLA, RIZLA
a rolling paper, brand of rolling paper
ROCKERS
a style of 1970s reggae, Jamaican movie