Muse of de day: Kuyoh

  • Kuyoh (n):  Fool; someone easily deceived; under someone’s power. /kuyo/ Spanish cuna or French couillon ‘fool; imbecile’.
    • His wife horning him, she have him so kuyoh, he only washing wares.
  • Horn (v):  Cuckold; commit adultery; have a sexual relationship outside of an official one.
    • Platform work demands at least the minding of one deputy, in case your wife is horning you while you’re out there, drilling.

Leave us a comment below of Trini phrases you have heard.


Source: Dictionary of the English/Creole of Trinidad & Tobago by Lise Winer

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