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Definitions of "Bun a fyah"

1. Bun a fyah (Verb)

English Translation



"Bun a fyah" is a Rastafarian lingo which means to strongly denounce something. The literal translation for "bun a fyah "is "burn a fire". Hence, if one is strongly against something, one would "bun a fyah" on it.

Example Sentences

Patois: Mi bun a fyah pan all a di child molester dem
English: I strongly denounce all of the child molesters

Related Words

Babylon , Ball head , Blessed , Bobo dread ,

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