Blessed love Iyahs.
Much RASpect to the Elders who have seen the growth of Iyaric from Jamaican Patois.
In this time with RasTafarI worldwide, Iwombman think Iyaric has branched further from a Jamaican accent (I&I don't wanna call Iyaric a "die-alect"). I&I see Iyaric as a very Intentional tongue, every syllable chosen carefully for the purpose of UPliftmant of I&I JAH. I have to focus and speak slowly to speak in Iyaric, but Iwombman natural inclination is to use all these "me, you, them" words. I&I practice Iyaric to cleanse I mind from those divisive ideas and from death sounds.
Jamaican Patois or whichever accent a person may have is unintentional and usually comes with culture, but also may be a speech impediment or a genetic inability to pronounce certain sounds (rolling an R).
All people with all accents can speak Iyaric. It is a tongue promoting Inity and love and lIfe. So whatever that sounds like to I&I, it might not sound Jamaican at all. Or like Iyah Ruutz Man say, it could have influences from Patois if I&I spend time w Jamaicans even if I&I do not come from Jamaica. People tend to speak like their peers as well!
Much LOVE I&I