A Caribbean or someone from the West Indies. Ajereke is a word of Yoruba origin used in daily Nigerian English. It translates to “the people that eat sugar” and is used to refer to West Indians or Caribbeans who the Yorubas believed ate a lot of sugar cane. With time “ajereke” became adopted by non Yorubas or Nigerians of other ethnic groups.
“Di girls mother be ajereke”
Etymology : Originates from Yoruba, a language spoken in Western Nigeria. Ajereke translates to “the people that eat sugar.”
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Last modified: 10 June 2008