Here are some traditional Haitian names you can give to your newborn baby girl. We’ve included the audio pronunciation below. Scroll down to see names that start with the different letters. Many are historical and unique! If you need more help, please ask us anything. We also posted a list of male names in Haitian […]
These are some recent reader questions – we’re combining them to make life easier!
Emoji is becoming a universal language, but here is how we’d translate some popular choices into Haitian Creole. 😍. Mwen damou / oubyen mwen renmen ou — I’m in love // or I love you 😂. Mwen tèlman kontan mwen kriye — I’m so happy I’m crying 😭. Mwen ap kriye — I’m crying 😇 […]
Sèvyèt — towel Savon — soap Dra — cover Zorey — ear Dezodan — deodorant Krèm — cream
Here are some common pronouns for members of your family in Haitian Creole. Don’t forget you can ask anything! Koman ou ka di wè kijan yon moun ye — How you can name people Fi — girl Gason — boy Manman — mother Papa — father Granmè — grandma Granpè — grandpa Kouzen — cousin […]
This post was a reader question, but we hope it can help more people. Sa se mari mwen — This is my husband Sa se pitit gason mwen – This is my son Li genyen 24 ane — He is 24 years old Bebe mwen genyen 5 mwa — My baby is 5 months old […]