Lacouray (lacaray) - gossip
La Diablesse - (Pronounced Lah jah bless ) Patois, folklore figure- The bride of the devil and has one cloven foot http://www.triniview.com/TnT/Folklore.htm
Lagahoo or Loup Garou – (Folklore figure) the shape changer. http://www.triniview.com/TnT/Folklore.htm
Laglee – Sticky substance, called milk, from the chataigne or breadfruit tree. It is collected and dried and used to catch small birds.
Lappe – Paca, wild animal similar to the agouti but larger http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paca
Lahay – Idling
Langniappe- (patois) To get a little extra after receiving a service or making a purchase; also having a baby after a gap of several years
Last lap – last set of partying on Carnival Tuesday night before Ash Wednesday
Laters – Goodbye, see you later
Lef dat – Leave that
Leh - Let, let’s
Leh we – Let us
Lepay - To spread out, to smear (mixture of gobar and mud hence “lepay de floor” )
Lick dong -To accidentally hit someone or something
Lickrish – Greedy for food
Licks – A beating
Licks like fire – A severe beating
Like bush – Plenty of something
Lil Bit – A small amount
Lime - Hanging about with a small group of friends, talking and drinking and having a good time. (Used as a noun or verb: Going on a lime, or liming).
Locho – A lazy person
Loll off- Idle relaxation, assuming a relaxing position, especially while work should be done.
Long eye - A person who is envious of the possessions of others
Look nuh - An express of annoyance
Look who talking! – Exclamation used against somebody who is telling you something about another person of which he himself is also guilty
Look meh crosses! – (Literally) Look my bad luck!
Loud – Plentiful, e.g. “Boy, dat tree ha’ loud mango.”
Low fence – Someone who is always being taken advantaged of, easy to walk over