Urban Jamaican Creole: Variation in the Mesolect. Patois developed in the 17th century when slaves from West and Central Africa were exposed to, learned and nativized the vernacular and dialectal forms of English spoken by the slaveholders: British English , Scots , and Hiberno-English. Nasal vowels are written with -hn , as in kyaahn can't and iihn isn't it? Jamaican Creole English edition of Wikipedia , the free encyclopedia. Red eboe describes a fair-skinned black person because of the reported account of fair skin among the Igbo in the mid s. Dancehall Queen and Third World Cop have most of their dialogue in Jamaican Patois; some of these films have even been subtitled in English.
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