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|Sean Belt||Jacomo finane? What does that mean? (175* d)||RE: Jacomo finane? What does that mean?||13 Jul 00|
I've heard, though I can't recall the source or point you in the way of a verification, that the phrase "Jakomo fi na nay" fits in with the bragging/boasting/challenging nature of the song "Brother John" as sung by the Indian gangs/tribes during Mardi Gras. The phrase is reputed to be a made up string of words which means loosely, "And if you don't like it, you can kiss my butt!"