adj.— «In Jamaica, life and system so hard that people can hardly find the time to listen culture music. Then they play the dibby-dibby music so long for so many years now that it becomes part of the people that they don’t want to hear nothin’ else but the dibby. And it’s some kind of wrong thing going on down there with the people.» —“Reggae Culture Has Vibrations” by Joe Brown Washington Post Feb. 8, 1991. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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