I’ve been working on learning my latest language “Haitian Creole”. As you travel the campos here in the DR you end up meeting quite a few Haitians and so it doesn’t hurt to be able to talk to them a little in their own language, especially when you are in the preaching work. While for the most part my studies are going pretty well, every once in a while I come across a work I can’t find a meaning for. My latest puzzle is the word Lefétke.

What does Lefétke mean

So far I’ve checked Google Translator, several online dictionaries and my pocket English – Creole dictionary (more…)