Not only do Caymanians have a distinct dialect, with accents varying from district to district, but they also have many unique words, pronunciations and phrases.
A handy guide to shed light on these colloquialisms is ‘The Cayman Islands Dictionary’ and ‘Caymanian Expressions’ by Kevin Goring.
Dippa (dih-pah) Noun – 1. A small to medium-size bucket used to collect water from a well or cistern. 2. A cup-like container with a long handle used for dipping liquids. E.g. “One time Harry had drop da dippa in da cistern, so none ah us couldin’ bade fah tree days.”