from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun A Barbadian.
- adjective Of or characteristic of Barbados.
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- noun demonym a shortened corrupted form of Bar-Bajan, which itself is a phonetically spelled form of
- proper noun a Creole language spoken on the island of Barbados
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
According to Chitral police Shahabuddin son of Rahmat Nadir (nick name Bajan) was fell down in Chitral River and was died by merciless waves of the river.
Sir Grantley Adams was the first native-born West Indian to address The Empire Club-he was also a Bajan, which is the term used to describe those born in Barbados.
McClean said that Rihanna's presence alone denotes "Bajan" and promotes Barbados, so when she was featured on the front pages of popular magazines such as, Glamour and Elle she is promoting the country in a huge way.
He said that fruits high in antioxidants, such as Bajan cherries, and vegetables like carrots, cucumbers and watermelons would be useful intake.
Here we present you with a recipe for Bajan Rum Punch ( "Bajan" being a shortened way of saying "from Barbados"), a classic rum punch that goes back to the nineteenth century.
The Bajan singer is reportedly worried about how the public will respond to her following the very public bust-up with Brown, with whom she has reportedly reconciled.
This four-part set of Storyville films takes a look at what it means to be Bajan through the country's nearly 150-year-old horse-racing community as well as the island's community at large.
Compatriot Bajan Dream Diary was pleased to see that the U.S.
BeachLime. com, a blog by a Barbadian living in Bermuda, says he was proud to be a Bajan and sends “congratulations to all the folks back in Bimshire.”
Big up Mr Bolt for his phenomenal 19.19 in the 200m but got to give props to Bajan Ryan Brathwaite for winning the 110m hurdles.