Creole or Kreyol is a derivative primarily of French with a Southern and Western African influence. The word for money in Creole is "lajan" (the pronunciation would be as it is written with the "a" in both syllables sounding like "aw" and the "n" is semi silent sounding. ) the French word for money is "argent" the "t" is silent.
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I depends of what country or region. "Mo" or "Mwen"
we have a lot of countries that speak creol, but many people think that only Haiti speak creol, which is not
Yes, Creole is used to identify an ethnic group.
Black people,haiti was a french collinie and creol is also spoken in French Guiana.
In what context do you mean 'liming'? In Patois/Creol it means to chill out, in building it is to apply lime either repointing, plastering or limewashing...
Neither of them is correct. You can say "I don't have money" in American English or "I haven't got money" in British English.=== ===
money = penge
You say: "dinheiro"
say young money cash money alot
Money is obviously something you want.
Money is raha in Finnish.
'money' is 'geld' in dutch
Money in Maori is moni.
"I'd no money" is an example of bad grammar. The correct way to say you had no money would be to say "I did not have any money." It is a past tense sentence.
I think it is a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i, j, k, l, m, n, o, p, q, r, s, t, u, v, w, x, y, z. In engilish that is i don't know it in creol :-(
I LOVE MONEY or MONEY
The Hawaiian translation for money is kālā.
There are many statements in the Bible about money. There is a story that talks about the charity of money.
Mesaude (Mis - aw - day)
money is anything which is accepted as a medium of exchange. E. g. Hard cash say Rs 100 note. Near money is not money but very near to money say Bill of exchange, Deposit certificate.
money = panam, kaasu, roovaa, etc.,