SOU MOUN: This is a common slang phrase in Haitian Creole that means “wannabe” or “obsessed with the options of others.” In some context it just means “annoying.” For example, someone who is always interrupting the conversations of others or giving their opinions when not requested.
Sou moun can translate “annoying” or “wannabe”
Like most cuss words in Haitian Creole, the meaning can change a lot depending on context. Here are some examples with Creole pronunciation.
Sou Moun audio pronunciation & examples:
Mò Avek sou moun
Words with “sou moun”
Nana koman ou fè sou moun konsa
Grandma, why are you acting so annoying
Mwen pa di w kite sou moun
Didn’t I tell you to stop being a wannabe
Two sou moun pa bon non
Too concerned with other’s business is not good
Depi moun ap pale où antre San yon pat poze kesyon ou reponn sa rele sou moun
When people are talking and you interrupt and ask a question – that is called “sou moun”
What does soumoun mean in Creole?
“Sou moun” is a Haitian insult for someone who cares too munch for the opinions of others. It has the similar force as “wannabe” in English.
“Sou Moun” is a often a friendly pejorative.
It’s a phrase you could use to joke around with close friends and family. Maybe you see your best friend taking too many selfies and you say she’s “sou moun twop.”
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