Datapoint Bahamian Creole/Reflexive constructions

Head can function as something like a reflexive pronoun in phrases such as trouble your head, worry your head, etc. (cf. Holm & Shilling 1982: 101).

Values

Compound reflexive pronoun with emphasizer Frequency: 90.0%

Example 12-212:
I gon' tell you the truth, that ain't no true, 'cause a fisherman - if you see a person call theyself a fisherman, and he can't swim, ain't go in no boat!
[...]
[...]
if
if
you
2sg.sbj
see
see
a
art
person
person
call
call
theyself
refl
a
art
fisherman
fisherman
[...]
[...]
[...] if someone calls himself a fisherman and he can’t swim [...]
Confidence:
Very certain

Reflexive pronoun with ‘body’ or body-part Frequency: 10.0%

Example 12-213:
Why should we worry our heads about tourism?
Why
why
should
mod.aux
we
1pl.sbj
worry
worry
our
1pl.poss
head-s
head-pl
about
prep
tourism?
tourism
Why should we worry about tourism?

Source: Holm & Shilling 1982: 224

Confidence:
Very certain