abèbèvar.aboubouNa person who cannot understand or speak properly because he is mentally retardedSi ou pa konnèt nonm-lan ou pa kay sav i sé on abèbè.If you didn't know the man you would not know he is a deaf mute.
abéséVto humble, to submitMadanm-lan abésé kò'y bay mawi'y.The woman submitted to her husband.synsimètFr.abaisser
abilitéNabilityMwen pa ni abilité-a pou fè kalité twavay sala.I don't have the ability to do this kind of work.Fr.habilité
abimanvar.ablimanNapparel, clothingLè ou gadé abiman'y, ou sav i sé on maléwé.When you look at his clothing you know that he is poor.synhadlenjFr.habillement
abitwéVto be accustomedI pa abitwé wè mwen maché.He's not accustomed to seeing me walk.Fr.habituer
abiyéVto dressMwen kay abiyé pou alé lanmès.I'll get dressed for church.oppdézabiyéFr.habiller
abizanADJabusiveMadanm nonm-lan kité'y paski i té abizan.The man's wife left him because he was abusive.Fr.abusant
abizéVto abuseMèt-la té ka abizé sé twavayè-a.The boss used to abuse the workers.Fr.abuser
achtéVto buy, to purchaseNou achté sé chèz-la an lanmen an piti madanm.We bought the chairs from a small woman.synganyenganyenoppvannvannFr.acheter
adan1PREPsynandidanandidanoppdèwò1in, insideI mété chèbon-an adan tèson-an.He put the charcoal in the coalpot.oppdèwòsynanandidan2out of, fromI tiyé lajan'y adan pòch li.He took his money out of his pocket.synanandidanFr.dans
adan2ADJsome, certainAdan sé moun-an ka chanté, mé adan yo ka pléwé.Some of the people are singing, but some of them are weeping.