Coolie Dictionary 2006

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WORDS BEGGINING WITH P

Picknee, Pickni: (guyanese) Children, kids
 
Pholourie: A fried ball made from a mixture of dhaal

Paagli: A stupid person
 
Pine Tart: A pastry made of pineapple which is a triangular shape.
 
Pone: sticky baked good.
 
Papaa: Besides the self-explanatory meaning, Papaa said in accent is Papaya
 
Pudagee: (pronounce-Pud-a-gee) (Guyanese) deragatory term for Portuguese person
 
pa (pah): father
 
 
pera (pay-ra): yummy creamy thing made of condensed milk

pandit (pan-dit): one hindu priest

partna (part-na): one of ur friendz, parter


patwa (pat-wa): diz here language i seem 2 be defining. iz a mix of english, dutch, french, swahili, hindi, urdu and all dem ting.

peerha (peer-ah): stools that the bride and groom sit on during a wedding ceremony

peppa (pepp-a): pepper

peppapot (pepp-a-pot): diz soupy thing usually wid chicken foot in am

Phagwah (pag-wah): a Hindu holiday. we does got a parade in Queens every year where we throw powder on pplz and i end up looking a whole lot more light skinned than i am with all da white powder pon me face. called holi in india i believe.

plaintain (plan-tain): eh look it up in an american dictionary, i getting lazy right nowz. anywayz u can mek fried plaintain chipz wid am. yummy

play fresh (play-fresh): to hit on someone. diz iz generally what da guyz do. if one gyal did it, we'd call she on pot. for those of u that na kno wha pot meanz in coolie term, itz a couple of wordz down from here

poohah (poo-ah): ur father'z sister

poohar (poo-har): one that has absolutely no skills in anything u do

pon (pon): upon or on

popo (poe-poe): a trini term 2 call someone baby

posee mout (poss-ee mout): someone wid a really big mouth

proppa (prop-a-nice): proper or very like when u doez say that gyal proppa nice

Patrick Manning: Present Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago

Name: Patrick Augustus Mervyn Manning

Date of Birth: 17th August, 1946

Place of Birth: San Fernando, Trinidad

Nationality: Citizen of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago

Address: 4-5, Union Park East Road, Gopaul Lands, Marabella, Trinidad and Tobago

Marital Status: Married - Two Children

Religion: Anglican

Education:

Pre-school: Rose Bank Private School 18, St. Andrews Avenue, San Fernando

1953-1957: San Fernando Government School, San Fernando

1958-1965: Presentation College, San Fernando

1966-1969: University of the West Indies, Mona, Jamaica

Professional Career:

1965-1966: Refinery Operator - Texaco Trinidad Inc., Pointe-a-Pierre

1969-1971: Geologist, Texaco, Pointe-a-Pierre

Political Career:

1971-73: Parliamentary Secretary, Ministry of Petroleum and Mines

1973-74: Parliamentary Secretary, Prime Minister's Office

1974-75: Parliamentary Secretary, Ministry of Planning ad Development

1975-76: Parliamentary Secretary, Ministry of Industry and Commerce

1976-78: Parliamentary Secretary, Ministry of Works, Transport and Communications

1978-79: Minister in the Ministry of Finance (Maintenance)

1979-81: Minister in the Ministry of Finance (Public Service Portfolio) and Minister in the Office of the Prime Minister (Information)

1981: Minister of Information and Minister of Industry and Commerce

1981-86: Minister of Energy and Natural Resources

1987-2001: Political Leader of the People's National Movement

1991- 1995: Prime Minister of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago

1986-1990 / 1995 - 2001: Leader of the Opposition

There was an 18-18 split in the December 2001 elections. President ANR Robinson appointed Patrick Manning Prime Minister.

Re-elected Prime Minister in October 7, 2002 elections.

Hobbies:

Table Tennis, Chess and Reading