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Opposites in Haitian Creole Video 3 of 5 - Learn Haitian Creole | Aprann Kreyòl Ayisyen |

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Opposites in Haitian Creole Video 3 of 5

This post will cover opposites. This is the third of five videos where we will go over words that are opposites in Haitian Creole. I will also include the links to the first two videos we published in 2019. Opposites 1 of 5 and opposites 2 of 5.

Opposites = Kontrè

Hear = Tande

Deaf = Soud

Speak = Pale

Mute = Bèbè

Born = Fèt/Ne

Dead = Mouri

Attack = Atak

Attack = Atake

Defend = Defann

Safe = An Sekirite

Danger = Danje

Rich = Rich

Poor = Pòv

Swim = Naje

Drown = Neye

Positive = Pozitif

Negative = Negatif

Frozen = Fè glase

Melt = Fonn

Thaw = Deglase

Cold = Frèt

Cold = Glase (if it’s a drink)

Hot = Cho

Manual = Manyèl

Electronic = Elektwonik

Come = Vini

Go = Ale

Clean = Pwòp

Dirty = Sal

Run = Kouri

Walk = Mache

Friend = Zanmi

Enemy = Lennmi

Enemy = Advèsè

Enemy = Ennmi

Wet = Mouye

Dry = Chèch

Dry = Sèch

Dry = Seche

Nice = Janti

Mean = Mechan

Pregnant = Ansent

Pregnant = Ansent or Gwòs (Gwòs is demeaning. It’s a way to describe a pregnant woman who is not married)

Sunny = Fè solèy

Cloudy = Tan mare

Black = Nwa

White = Blan

Floor = Atè

Ceiling = Fetay (or plafon)

Beginning = Kòmansman

End = Fen

Quiet = Silans

Quiet = Trankil

Noise = Bri

Birth = Nesans

Death = Lanmò

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