Here's what I've got this week from The White Woman on the Green Bicycle by Monique Roffey:
Steupsed: Native to the islands of Trinidad and Tobago in the West Indies. Imitative of the act of sucking one's teeth - "kissing teeth" - as a gesture of annoyance or disapproval. Or The act of showing disappointment, derision or disgust for a person, place or thing.
Context (p. 8):
"You never taste it?" [reference to eating stewed iguana]
"Of course not, eh, eh," Sabine steupsed, sucking her teeth.
Keskidee: A small bird with a bright yellow underbelly. The wings and back are black with small white markings
Context (pp. 10-11)
Tea. At 4 pm every day on the porch out back. Tea and cake and the keskidees swooping to drink from the swimming pool.