Li bezwen ed. Gen moun ki mouri. He needs help. Somone has died. This question was reader submitted. Click here to send us your Creole translation and pronunciation questions. Don’t forget you can search our website for phrases we’ve already posted.
Jesus is love Jezi se lanmou God is love Bondye se renmen The two examples above demonstrate how you can say “Jesus is love” or “God is love” in Haitian Creole. The more natural form is the first one using “lamou” but we’ve added the second because it aligns with the Haitian Creole translation below. […]
Take this medicine and then take another (later) Ou dwe bwe yon konprime e pran yon lot ankò Take two of this medicine per day Ou dwe pran du konprime pa jou To be more specific, you could signify when to take it. This is often best to clarify and keep people from taking too […]
you are the sexiest man I know ou se pi sexy gason ke mwen konnnen you are the most beautiful sexy man ou se pi bel neg sexy This Haitian Creole phrase is the response to a reader question. The words “gason” and “neg” are usually interchangeable and simply mean man. However, in some parts […]
How do you say … Kijan ou di … What is that called? Kisa sa rele? Special thanks to Keith who asked for this Haitian Creole phrase and pronunciation: How do you say in Haitian Creole – how do you say
Thank you for the life you have given me Mèsi pou lavi ou te ban mwen an Oh Father God, thank you very much for the beautiful life you have given me Oh papa bondye Mèsi anpil pou bèl lavi sa ou te ban mwen Special thanks to Anadeisha who asked for this Haitian Creole […]