English citations of and ima Ima
2005, Cynthia Shearer, The Celestial Jukebox: A Novel, Shoemaker & Hoard, →ISBN, page 237,
She could read his lips, Ima kill you, bitch.
1997, Meredith Sue Willis, Trespassers, Hamilton Stone Editions, →ISBN page 192,
Ima kill him, Blair, as soon as I see him.
2006, Lexi Davis, Pretty Evil, Simon and Schuster, →ISBN, page 321,
"Man, you need to get your weight up. Ima have to put you in the gym."
2007, Joseph DeMarco, At Play in the Killing Fields, AuthorHouse [self-published], →ISBN, page 214,
With lines like " Ima beat dat pussy up," it's no wonder this song is a hit.
English citations of ima
Mawiyah Kai El-Jamah Bomani, "Woman on a Bus", in, 1997, Reginald Martin, editor, Dark Eros: Black Erotic Writings, Macmillan Publishers, →ISBN, page 115,
I know he is/he gon leave/then what ima do/with all these mouths to feed/what the hell am I suppose to do then
English citations of Imma
2006, Leila Williams, Sex, Lies, Men & Friends, Lulu [self-published], →ISBN, page 172,
Let Amiya tell me you were acting up and Imma beat your ass.
English citations of imma
[???: unavailable for viewing on Google], in, 2002, Tony Medina, Samiya A. Bashir, and Quarishi Ali Lansana, eds., Role Call, Third World Press, →ISBN, page 467,
Anyway, imma run this one, but if the spirit places something on y'all heart to jump in with, do it quick and with conviction.
2007, Skyy, Choices, Kings Crossing Publishing, →ISBN, page 221,
"Bitch, imma beat yo ass!"
English citations of and imma Imma
2003, Kori Nicole Brown, "The Art of Selfishness", in Trippin' Over Love, Kensington Books, →ISBN, page 270,
Imma have to put on my ho-stompin' boots and regulate.
2002, Reese Simmons, "Brotherly Love", in Shock Therapy, Infinity Publishing [self-published], →ISBN, page 22,
" Imma have to sting ya again, knock you out,” the man says, gradually stepping closer.
2003, Khalil Sharif, The Lyvest Ones, iUniverse [self-published], →ISBN, page 12,
he thought to himself gently tugging his chin hairs. Imma have to put her ass out there,
English citations of Ima'
2004, Nekousa Mullin, Shop Talk, Infinity Publishing [self-published], →ISBN, page 62,
"Oh, before I forget, Ima' have to take a rain check on the trip to Seattle."
English citations of I'ma
2007, Pam Ward, Want Some, Get Some, Kensington Books, →ISBN, page 212,
"Okay, so you go on in and I'ma be—"
a. 1996, John Edgar Wideman, "Doc's Story", in, 1996, Dennis Trudell, editor, Full Court: A Literary Anthology of Basketball, Breakaway Books, →ISBN, page 352,
Then I'ma run.
2003, Walter Mosley, Fear Itself, 2004 Warner Books edition, →ISBN, page 161,
"If I'ma leave town I'ma need more than thirty-two dollars," I reasoned.
English citations of and i'ma I'ma
2005, Daniel Black, They Tell Me of a Home, Macmillan Publishers, →ISBN, page 13,
I'ma walk so I can take my time and look around.
a. 2004, Martha Southgate, "The Wall of Pain", reprinted in, 2004, Meri Nana-Ama Danquah, editor, Shaking the Tree: A Collection of New Fiction and Memoir by Black Women, W. W. Norton & Company, →ISBN, page 216,
I'ma run down to the corner and get a Coke or something.
English citations of I'm a
2007, Thomas Allen Suspended in Time: The Price of Loyalty, AuthorHouse [self-published], →ISBN, page 12,
"Aright Rock you're on and if I don't make that thousand, don't think I'm a run with you again cause I aint", he warned him.
2006, Therone Shellman, Love Don't Live Here, revised ed., Third Eye Publishing [self-published], →ISBN, page 82,
So I'm a leave it like that.
English citations of and I'm a' i'm a'
2004, B.L.U.N.T., Betrayal of A Hustler, Trafford Publishing [self-published], →ISBN, page 232,
I'm a' go chill down there for a while myself.
2005, John Edward Lawson, "Fabricating Opiates", in Pocket Full of Loose Razorblades, Afterbirth Books, →ISBN, page 151,
I'm a'go in here and see what the tick-tock is.
English citations of and I'm'a i'm'a
2003, Kathy Lefall, Stargaze, iUniverse [self-published], →ISBN, page 48,
" I'm'a go talk to her, check out where she comin' from and axe her if she wants to meet you.