Good ole Jamaican bad words

  • Bumbo-pussy-raasclaat


During an argument it is used to express feelings of anger or used when excited or within a conversation with friends.

Example Sentences

Patois: Bumbo-pussy-raasclaat, cuh deh!!
English: What the fuck! Look at that!


  • Kiss mi rass


An expression of extreme shock or surprise. It is similar in meaning to “What the fuck” or “Holy Fuck”.

Example Sentences

Patois: Kiss mi rass! Wah mek yuh wear dat ?
English: What the fuck! Why did you wear that?


  • Bumborass


A combination of Jamaican curse words “bumbo” and “rass”, this term is use to express extreme anger or shock

Example Sentences

Patois: Weh di bumborass yuh did guh wid mi kyar?
English: Where the f**k did you go with my car?


  • Suck yuh madda


A very offensive curse phrase used to disrespect someone while indirectly, also disrespecting their mother. Although the literal meaning of this phrase is to go and suck one’s own mother, the actual meaning is similar to the curse phrase “Go fuck yourself”. Directing this phrase at some Jamaicans is often taken personally and will probably result in a fight.

Example Sentences

Patois: Pussyhole, go suck yuh madda
English: Motherfucker, go and fuck yourself


  • Pussyclaat


Popular Jamaican curse word use to express strong anger or frustration

Example Sentences

(patois) Pussyclaat! Wha mek yu do dat?
(english) Fuck! Why did you do that?

  • Pussyhole


Jamaican curse word use to refer to someone who is strongly disliked

Example Sentences

(patois) Pussyhole! Gi mi yu money
(english) Motherfucker! Give me your money


  • Bumboclaat


One of the most popular swear words in Jamaica. Though this word doesn’t have an actual meaning or english translation, it is mostly used as an exclamation of shock, surprise, anger, frustration or for any other intense emotions.

This term is sometimes combine with other Jamaican expletives such as bloodclaat or pussyclaat. For example, bumbo-bloodclaat or bumbo-pussyclaat.

Bumboclaat is actually a very vulgar swear word so you can get arrested for using it around police officers as well as dismissed from a class or formal business place.

Example Sentences

Patois: Wah di bumboclaat wrang wid yu! Yu a eediat?
English: What the f**k is wrong with you! Are you an idiot?

  • Bloodclaat 


Bloodclaat is used as an adjective when cussing. The direct translation is Blood Cloth, meaning sanitary towel! Pussyclaat also translates to Pussy Cloth, same ting… Raasclaat and Bumboclaat and Battyclaat translate as Bum Cloth, as in toilet roll!

I dont really feel to put a cuss here, lets just say if someone calls you a bloodclaat they are implying that you are the recipricant of body waste! In simpler terms, you are filthy!

Example Sentences

Patois: How di bloodclaat yuh fi duh mi like dat?
English: How the f**k could you do me like that?

  • Fuckery


Derived from the word ‘fuck’, Fuckery is something that is absolute bullshit or utter nonsense

Example Sentences

(patois) Yu a chat fuckery!
(english) You are talking bullshit!


Just few of my favorite  for more check out the Jamaican Patwah






Jamaican Patois (Patwa) for Dummies.

Jamaica’s official language is English, but a largely spoken language called Jamaican Patwa is used by many of the Jamaican citizens. I’m going to teach some phrases you need to know before going on a vacation to the Jamaican paradise.

What’s up———————————————Wah Gwaan
I’m here———————————————–Mi deh yah
How are you——————————————-A weh yuh deh pan
What are you up to————————————-A weh yah gwaan wid
Good Morning—————————————–Mawnin
I forgive you/I am good———————————Every-ting kris
I didn’t do it——————————————–Mi neva dweet
It wasn’t me——————————————–Ahh nuh me
This girl is very hot—————————————Dah gal yah hot
Parking lot———————————————-Car-park
It is my phone——————————————-Ah fimmmy phone
Can I have your number———————————Mek mi get yuh numba nuh
Why you ask so much questions————————-Wah mek yuh ask suh much questi-on fah
I don’t feel right——————————————Mi nuh feel right
Why does he drives my car so much———-A wah mek him ahh drive up-drive up mi cyar suh
I need a drink of beer————————————Me need fi full up pon sum red stripe
Stop eating my food—————————————Top nyam off mi food
Get away from here—————————————-Gweh from yah suh
God is on my side——————————————Jah deh pon mi side
What are they doing—————————————–Weh dem a do
I’m going to get my friends together————————–Mi ago link up mi friend dem
They are coming———————————————Mi ah come
I am walking————————————————Mi ah walk
Come here————————————————–Come yah
Yeah man—————————————————-Yeh mon
Do something————————————————-Do suh uhm nuh
I am going to punch you in you face——————————-Mi ago tump yuh inna yuh face
I am a girls man———————————————–Mi ahh gyallis
Mixed people/Indians—————————————–Cooly
Play the song—————————————————Play di chune
Take it easy man———————————————–Eazy nuh man
It’s nothing—————————————————–Ah nutting
Weed———————————————————-Spliff, highgrade, ganja, herb…
It’s ok———————————————————–No problem mon
You act like you are better than everybody else——————Yuh too gwaany-gwaany
Move your butt————————————————–Guh cotch yuh batty
It’s time for bed————————————————–Ah time fi guh wul ahh sleep
Im watching tv—————————————————Mi ah watch tv
The party is awesome——————————————–Di pawty mad
Stop farting all over the place————————————-Stop poop up di place
Im on my way—————————————————Mi soon come
He is a thief——————————————————Im a teef
It’s so dorn hot—————————————————It hot nuh fenneh
I want to go home———————————————–Mi waan guh wome
I’m sick of this————————————————Mi sick ah dis
What are you doing?—————————————–Ah weh yaaah do?
Gay/Fag/Homo———————————————-Battybwoy/Chi-chi man
Who do you think you are talking to?———————–Ah who yuh tink yaaah talk to?
I am eating——————————————————Mi ah eat
I am a true Jamaican——————————————-Mi ahhh yaaady
Where are you going?—————————————–Ahhh weh yaaahhh guh?

Oldest Woman alive speaks

Jamaican supercentenarian Violet Moss Brown thanked God for long life and expressed that she would love to live for two more years, in an interview with Loop News last year.

Brown, affectionately called “Aunt V”, sat down with Loop News in May 2016 at her home in Duanvale, Trelawny after becoming the world’s second oldest person. On Saturday, the 117-year-old became the oldest living human on recordfollowing the death of previous oldest person, Emma Morano of Italy.

In the video, watch Brown reflect on life growing up in post-emancipation Jamaica, as the country remained under British rule and the island’s black majority remained oppressed.

“It was like slavery. It was very hard but likkle by likkle we have come up to be a good place,” Brown said.

Declaring that “the best time is now”, Brown said she is enjoying life and is not sitting around waiting to die. She particularly enjoys sitting on her veranda and watching pedestrians and cars pass by.

“Mi nah pray fi dead,” Brown said. “If God gives me more life, I will take it.”

Sitting next to her then 95-year-old son, Harold Fairweather, who is believed to be the world’s oldest living child with a parent alive, Brown also reflected on her love for her late husband, who died nearly four decades ago.

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At 117, Jamaican woman likely just became world’s oldest

DUANVALE, Jamaica (AP) — Violet Brown spent much of her life cutting sugarcane in the fields around her home in western Jamaica. She attended church regularly, avoids pork and chicken and celebrated her 117th birthday last month.On Saturday, she is believed to have become the world’s oldest living person following the death of Emma Morano of Italy, born Nov. 29, 1899.

Brown told The Associated Press she is surprised but grateful to have lived this long.

“This is what God has given me, so I have to take it — long life,” Brown said in an interview in her home in the town of Duanvale.

Brown is considered to be the oldest person in the world with credible birth documentation, according to Robert Young, director of the supercentenarian research and database division at Gerontology Research Group, a network of volunteer researchers into the world’s oldest people. Its website says she was born on March 10, 1900.

Brown has not yet been declared the world’s oldest by Guinness World Records, considered to be the official arbiter of the oldest person title but Guinness depends heavily on Young’s group. Young said he has met Brown and examined her birth certificate, which was issued by the British authorities who governed Jamaica at the time of her birth.

“She’s the oldest person that we have sufficient documentation for at this time,” Young said.

Jamaica’s prime minister congratulated Brown on Twitter.

Guinness said it was researching a number of candidates for the new world’s oldest person title.

“It can be a uniquely complex and sometimes lengthy process,” Guinness spokeswoman Elizabeth Montoya said. “There is no confirmation of a new title holder until our thorough processes are complete.”

Brown has two caregivers and spends most of the day resting in the home she shares with her 97-year-old son. She is able to sit up by herself and walk short distances. And while she is hard of hearing, she offered swift, complete responses to questions about her life and family.

The secret to long life is hard work, she said.

“I was a cane farmer. I would do every work myself,” she said. “I worked, me and my husband, over that hill.”

She also credited her Christian faith for her long life.

“I’ve done nearly everything at the church,” she said. “I spent all my time in the church. I like to sing. I spent all my time in the church from a child to right up,” to today, she said.

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