Haitis population is mostly of African descent (5% are of mixed African and other ancestry), though people of many different ethnic and national backgrounds have settled and impacted the country, such as Poles (Polish legion), Jews, Arabs (from the Arab diaspora), Chinese, Indians, Spanish, Germans (18th century and
What does Bobo mean in creole?
Ayibobo is one spelling of a Haitian Creole word that means amen or hallelujah. Therefore, Amen and Hallejujah or Alelouya, in its creole spelling, are used by mainstream Christians and Ayibobo are for those that practice Vodou.
What does Bouzin mean?
Bouzin is a commune in the Haute-Garonne department in southwestern France.
What does Amway mean in Creole?
What does Amway mean in Creole? “Anmwe!” pronounced “amway” does not have a specific meaning. It is a call of distress, an SOS, an attention getter. Waving both your arms over your head while screaming “Anmwe!” seals the deal; you are in distress.
Is Jean a Haitian last name?
113. Jean Francois - (French origin) This surname, with Jean meaning son of John and Francois meaning Frenchman, is more prevalent in Haiti than anywhere else in the world.