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Term Definition
De Flagpole

place /dee-flayg-pohl/

1. the flagpole on front street at the bottom of Burnaby hill

"ya mon, meet you at DE FLAGPOLE den guyz go Cairo"

SEE ALSO:

front street, tawn

De Man

noun /dee-mayn/

1. the babylon, 5-0, 

2. Bermuda police

"Slow dahn don, i just saw DE MAN wif de radar"

SEE ALSO:

BPS, de radar

De Other Day

phrase /de-odd-ah-day/

1. sometime between yesterday and the day you were born

"Myomma cut my tail DE OTHER DAY just for de purpose!"

De Pond

place /de-pawn/

1. the Atlantic Ocean

"Um gon cross DE POND to check my boy in foreign"

2. Pembroke marsh

SEE ALSO 

cross de pond, pond dog

De Queen

place /de-qween/

1. Ice Queen fast food restuarant in Paget 

2. Not the British Queen 

"Gon make a food run to DE QUEEN wha you waan?"

SEE ALSO:

de stoplights 

De Radar

noun /de-rayduh/

1. where the Bermuda police hide in the bushes with a speed gun

*oncoming car lights flashing*

"lemme slow dahn DE RADAR is nurr"

SEE ALSO:

BPS, de man, BAWWT

De Rec

place

1. Devonshire Recreation Club in Pembroke, the home of The Blazers

De Rock

place /de-rok/

1. the slang term meaning Bermuda 

SEE ALSO:

bermy, berm, Bermuda

De Square

place /de-sqwur/

1. St George's Square 

De Stoplights

place /de-stoplahytz/

1.  a traffic intersection in paget where west-enders spend two hours waiting every morning 

SEE ALSO:

de queen

De Track

place /de-trak/

1. Bermuda Motorcycle Race Club Motor Speedway in Clearwater, St' Davids

"gon see how de rodent runs dahn DE TRACK buh check! "

Deal

noun /deel/

1. a common Bermudian surname

"ya Ii live nax to de DEALS"

SEE ALSO:

deal wif, de deal

Deal Wif

verb /deel-wif/

1. handle vigariously

"if you keep messing wif me umma haveta DEAL WIF you"

SEE ALSO:

warmed, ringa

Deck

verb /dek/

1. to crash or fall down

"didnt'een see de floor vas vet nd I took ah DECK"

SEE ALSO:

decked out, nonridah

Decked Out

verb /dekd-owt/

1. dressed very nice

"Guyz just gowin rah de groshree store, vhy ya all DECKED OUT don?"

2. to take a deck

"Fackinvell DECKED OUT rahn by de Stoplights"

SEE ALSO:

deck, nonridah, pressed up, press