Slang definition of N'YAM AND RUN

N'YAM AND RUN means: N'yam and run is Jamaican slang for to accept hospitality and then leave quickly and disrespectfully(eat and run).

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N'YAM AND RUN means: N'yam and run is Jamaican slang for to accept hospitality and then leave quickly and disrespectfully(eat and run).

Slang meaning of N'YAM AND RUN

N'YAM AND RUN means: N'yam and run is Jamaican slang for to accept hospitality and then leave quickly and disrespectfully(eat and run).

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