What does pull up mean in Jamaican?

What does pull up mean slang?

The slang terms “Pull up”, “Pulling up”(also spelled “Pullin’ up”) and Pulled up are phrasal verbs which are used to invite someone to come to where you’re at, to let them know your arriving at where they are at, or to have arrived where they are at.

What does up up mean in Jamaican?

It’s a slang word used to say something is awesome or astounding. It can also be doubled or even tripled as “Up Up Up” to stress or lay more emphasis on the awesomeness of the idea or thing in question.

What does pull up on her mean?

phrasal verb. If someone pulls you up on something, they criticize you for something wrong that you have done. [informal]

What does Pull Up Selecta mean?

“Selecta pull up dis again BBC” -snip- “selecta” (selectah; selector) = dj (disc jockey); person who plays records for an audience.

What can you not say to a Jamaican?

Here are some of the things you never want to hear a Jamaican say about you.

  • Mi Spirit Nuh Tek To Dem. Mi Spirit Nuh Tek To Dem. …
  • Yuh a crassis. In Jamaican parlance, crassis means that you are bad luck and they want nothing to do with you. …
  • Yuh too bad mind. …
  • Yuh ave no brothupsy. …
  • Yuh a get bun.
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What do Jamaicans say a lot?

These are the top Jamaican sayings and phrases to use when you visit Jamaica:

  • ‘Weh Yuh Ah Seh’ The literal translation of this Jamaican saying is, “What are you saying?”. …
  • ‘Boonoonoonoos’ …
  • ‘Small Up Yuhself’ …
  • ‘Wah Gwaan’ …
  • ‘Irie’ …
  • ‘Mi Deh Yah, Yuh Know’ …
  • ‘Weh Yuh Deh Pon’ …
  • ‘Ya Mon’

How do you say my love in Jamaican?

Note: there is no standard way of spelling Jamaican, and there are different ways of writing many words.

Useful phrases in Jamaican.

Phrase Jimiekn / Patwah (Jamaican)
I love you Mi luv yuh
Get well soon
Go away! Gweh!
Leave me alone! Galang!

What does my Bredren mean?

/ (ˈbrɛdrɪn) / noun slang. a friend or comrade. a group of friends or comrades.