Jamaican Patwah Logo

Learn Jamaican Language & Culture

Definitions of "Rub-a-Dub Style"

1. Rub-a-Dub Style (Noun)


A style of reggae music characterized by its heavy basslines and energetic, danceable rhythms

Example Sentences

Patois: Di rub-a-dub style mek yuh waan move yuh waist
English: The rub-a-dub style makes you want to move your waist

Related Words

One Drop , One Love , No woman no cry , Patan ,

posted by anonymous on July 19, 2023

Featured Video on "Rub-a-Dub Style"

Featured Article on "Rub-a-Dub Style"

Popular Rastafarian words and phrases

The Rastafarian language is actually much easier to learn than Jamaican Patois because it’s mostly a play on English words (e.g. “overstand” for “understand”,“downpress” for “oppress”,“ I-ditate” for “meditate” etc…) rather than being an entirely separate dialect as with Jamaican Patois.

Read more »

4828+ Patois Definitions have been added so far

Want to add a word?
Define it here