In Trinidad and Tobago spoken English, a form of dialect is often used. It is mainly a mixture of African, French,Spanish and Hindi dialects and is widely used in informal conversation.
Here are some examples that are related to steelpan culture:
A bully or trouble maker.
A big, noisy party, with much confusion.
A person who sings calypsos.
A form of music which derives elements from soca and Indian film songs.
To dance with joyfully or without a care.
A party with lots of food, drink and dancing until the early hours of the morning.
Lime or Limin'
A small group of people hanging about on a street.
A form of Caribbean and Spanish folk music where someone serenades from one place to another.
A form of groovy dance music which originated in Trinidad and Tobago from calypso music.