Definición de jab jab en inglés:

jab jab

Saltos de línea: jab jab

sustantivo

West Indian
A devil, in particular as represented in a carnival masquerade.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • There was the ole mas, the jab jab, the stickmen, the small bands going up and down the one-street town.
  • I also liked Edwards’ nod to T & T Carnival in the costumes of the jab jabs whose cracking whips made the air electric during Jesus’ flaying under Pilate.
  • Around the occasion, a colorful cast of Carnival characters grew up – devils called Jab Jabs (from the French ‘diable’), human donkeys called burrokeets, bandits called Midnight Robbers, clowns called Pierrot Grenade, giants on stilts called Moko Jumbies.

Origen

French Creole, from French diable diable 'devil devil'.

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