Breez di Kohn…Win di Bloa

breez  n. strong wind. 
    Di breez stap ahn evriting geh kyaam kyaam. The strong wind stopped
    and everything got very calm. See: win.

 

v. fan, winnow. 
Wen Ah mi yong, Ah mi hafu breez di rais. When I was young, I had to
winnow the rice. See: fan.

 

breez aaf  v.phr. relax. 
Wi mi di breez aaf afta wi don werk. We were relaxing after we finished
working. See: krak bak, rilaks.

 

breez bloa  Idiomatic phr. not a word, absolutely nothing. 
Ah noh hyaa breez bloa bowt Sheela sins ih gaahn da Stayts.  I haven’t
heard anything about Shiela since she went to the States. See: notn.

 

breez owt  v.phr. air out. 
    Put yu shot fi breez owt kaa ih oanli sweti. Air out your shirt because
it’s very sweaty. See: ayr owt.

 

n. a break from work; usually done in a vehicle. 
Wi gaahn fi wahn lee breez owt eena di kaa, kaa eena di hows feel hat. We
went for a little break in the car because it’s hot in the house. See: brayk.

 

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Silvaana Udz, Ed.D da wan a di peepl weh di risaach bowt wi priti priti Kriol langwij. If yu waahn shyaa
bowt di Kriol langwij, eemayl: sudz142@gmail.com      Vizit: www.nationalkriolcouncil.org



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