Aboski High Water Trousers; Usually above the ankle.
Aduro: Asylum Seeker
Alorsman : A destitute/Poor unemployed man
Anti-so: Anti Social person
Antipe: Put on a dress up without underwear
Ashawo: Prostitute; another term is Two-Two
Asokpo: Ugly Woman
Assemblyman: Political suit
Azaaman: Dubious person
Battle Commander: Bulky Mobile/Cell phone
Big-man: 1. Rich and well connected man 2.Man in position of authority.
Blow: (verb) to pass an exam; excel
Bobby-Stand: Vibrant Breast
Boho: To Make Somebody Kneel Down
Bomb: (verb) Fail an exam miserably
Bone-to-Bone: Two men dancing.
Bone Shaker: School Wooden Truck
Bottom Power: Undue favoritism towards a female lover
Bubra: Draft beer
Buga: (soccer) hard tackle, usually illegal
Bushman: Illiterate, uncivilized person.
Chas'kele: Ghanaian cricket. Played with a stick and battered empty milk can.
Choose: Leave, Escape
Chisel: A cheat
Chrife: Born again Christian.
Coco: (noun) Cornmeal porridge; (verb) Easy
Colo Old fashioned.
Comot: 1 Come out 2 Get away! E.g. comot for here jo! 3 Excuse me e.g. comot road make I pass.
Dedross: Getting into a dates pants
Dogon: An un-intelligent person/Fool
Dont Touch Me: Cheap soap
Dost: Rich Person
Efuom: A villager; one not conversant with trends
Face-the-wall: Konkonte; Lapiwa
Fatoo: Flour Soup served in the dining hall
Feeli Feeli: Crystal Clear; live
Feme: Fermented mashed kenkey
Foes (AKA Broni Waawu). Second hand clothing.
Filla Latest news.
Galamsay: Illegal gold mining.
Gas: Flour Soup served in the dining hall
Gnashing: Without a girlfriend
Guarantee: Shoes with high Soles
Gutter-to-Gutter: Street soccer; open gutters used as goalposts.
Gyinabu: Daytime robbery from a trusted fellow.
Hala: A destitute/Poor person
HomeChow: Food prepared at home
Hotman: someone under (intense) pressure
Homo: Freshman; New student at a boarding school
I Swear God: Shoes with the tips pointing upwards(as in facing God)
Ironboy: up and coming youth who feels to be at the top of the world.
2) Feeling too big in your shoes.
: see Troski
John: Naive person
Johnny Walker: Walk; to go on foot due to lack of money.
Jot: Cigarette; Short girl
Joss: To give a wedgy; held in such a way as to have your underpants wedge in the crack of your buttocks
Kak-Dee: Walk; to go on foot due to lack of money.
Kankama: Backbiting, or discrediting somebody because of envy / jealousy; Betrayer(?)
Katawanigye: When a woman has sex with a man she does not admire
Ke Ba Shoo: an alcoholic beverage produced locally
Kuashie: Kneel Down
Looku-Me: Person with a squint in the eye
Lungulungu: Hidden, scary place
Mine: To learn till daybreak
Mow: To Study/Learn
Mugu Yaro: Haircut
Mungo-Park: To wear shoes without socks
Nonfa: Saying Senseless things
Nonsylla: Learning stuffs hat is not part of the syllabus
Number 9: pertaining to the volta region
Ogogoro: see Akpeteshie
Opia: Short Person
Oxford: Buggy trousers with high flap and curved pockets
Pasco: Past Exams Papers
Popo: To Smoke India Hemp
Pimpiniis: Fashionable pants/trousers worn high above the waist
Rawlings-chain: Severe protruding collarbone due to extreme hunger
Red Red: Gari With Beans and Fried plantain.
Remote Control: Juju; Black magic
Rokpokpo: Soaking Just Gari and Sugar
Sabi: To know.
Sakora: Totally shaved head; Baldheaded
Samai: To Chatter a Cab to your destination without paying the Fare
Shito: Spices/hot pepper
Skin Pain: 1 Malice. 2 Player hater.
Soldier Carbo: Soaking Gari with Cocoa Powder or Milo
Sopi: left over food
Sopiboys: Boys who rummage plates for left over food
Sound: A Slap
Split: Leave, Escape, Go.
Stroph: To study/Learn
Swa: To Catch a Thief
Swine: Despicable/Obnoxious person
Tampi: see Wee
Tatale: Flat Chested Woman
Troski: A crowded, but efficient and inexpensive, minibus used for short distance travel
Toli: Anecdote; Originally, a bold-faced lie. Now used also to mean a rumor or a humorous version of a real event.
Too Known : A braggart
Tok: An un-intelligent person/Fool
Touch: Crazy, Mad.
Tunabu:Tight bottom or pointy Trousers.
Vamuse: go away, run
Wab: Mercedes Benz
Wabenzy: Mercedes Benz
Walk-alone: Without a girlfriend
Watonkyeni: A locally designed bus
Wee: Indian hemp/Marijuana
World War II: Re-sitting an exam.
Womando: Acts and omissions usually done by women if they want to be pampered.
Zongo: A settlement community primarily of Muslim and or northern inhabitants