Pidgin/English Dictionary

As spoken in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea. List compiled by Terry D. Barhorst and Sylvia O'Dell-Barhorst. A a, an - wanpela abandon - lusim abort, have abortion - rausim bel, kilim pikinini long bel about, ...

HAWAIIAN MUSIC / KENT BOWMAN: Pidgin English Childr ...
The world's online source for hawaian music since 1995

A Web of On-line Dictionaries
The Web's most comprehensive index of on-line dictionaries with 800 dictionaries in more than 175 different languages. This conveniently organized index includes glossaries of specialized terminology and other vocabulary aids. It includes an in

Ethnologue: Language Family Index: Pidgin

Language Family: Pidgin. Part of _Ethnologue Language Family Index_; Joseph E. Grimes and Barbara F. Grimes, Editors; Summer Institute of Linguistics, 1996.

A bibliography of Melanesian Pidgin English diction ...

Below is an annotated bibliography of Melanesian Pidgin English dictionaries, phrase books, and study guides. If you know of others please let me know.

Pidgins and Creoles

Can you guess what language this is? These lines are taken from a famous comic strip in Papua New Guinea: "Sapos yu kaikai planti pinat, bai yu kamap strong olsem phantom." "Fantom, yu pren tru bilong mi.

Ethnologue: Puerto Rico

Languages of Puerto Rico. Part of _Ethnologue: Languages of the World_, 13th Edition; Barbara F. Grimes, Editor; Summer Institute of Linguistics, 1996.

Pidgin 101

Pidgin 101 Here are some examples of Pidgin that we use in Hawai`i. Try them out yourself and have some fun! An Den - what happened next, "And then".

Pidgin to da Max - Hawaii Kine Talk

Adapted from the Hawaii best seller of all time - Pidgin to da Max - this site is a humorous look at street talk - local style.


Go back to contentsThis section includes works of a descriptive, comparative or sociolinguistic nature on Bislama, or works relating to Melanesian Pidgin more generally which include substantial treatment of Bislama. [The spelling Bichelamar occurs in many French references to the language.] Anonymous N.d.

Ethnologue: Nauru

Languages of Nauru. Part of _Ethnologue: Languages of the World_, 13th Edition; Barbara F. Grimes, Editor; Summer Institute of Linguistics, 1996.

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