- Transfer, Continuity, Relexification and the Bioprogram
- Portuguese-based proto pidgin language named Sabir.
- THE HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT OF AFRICAN AMERICAN
- Sabir, but unlike English) is a PIDGIN (q.v.) (Dillard 1972:302) inventions.
- Meeting of Experts on the Use of Vernacular Languages; The
- of Creole Spanish and Pidgin English had some previous familiarity with -. Sabir. Sabir itself may have based itself upon some still earlier form.
- Lect 17 theories
- B. Influence from nautical pidgin (Gulf of Guinea Creoles). 1.
- Pidgin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- /ˈpɪdʒɪn/), or pidgin language, is a simplified language that develops as a means .
- Pidgin and Creole Languages
- Oct 24, 2005 Monogenesis: All Pidgin(s)/Creole(s) are historically descended from European, probably Portuguese pidgins (Sabir).
- pidgin - English-French Dictionary WordReference.com
- pidgin / ˈpɪdʒɪn/ noun. (also ~ English) pidgin m;. (also ~ French) gen petit nègre m; (French with Arab) sabir m;.
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