Britano-Cantonese pidgin (wasRe: Auxlangs in conworlds, was Re: The Great Sundering)
|From:||J Y S Czhang <czhang23@...>|
|Date:||Saturday, November 29, 2003, 7:54|
Costentin Cornomorus <elemtilas@...> wrote:
>> Some of this material has
>> even made it into mainstream [IB] natural languages:
>> moainey is Kerno and roughly means "shop" or
>> "buy". It is heard frequently enough in
>> Chinatown, where Cantonese hawkers call out may
>> nei! = you buy it! I'm sure there is a sort of
>> Britano-Cantonese pidgin right there in the heart
>> of Dûnein.
>A Britano-Cantonese pidgin! Certainly amusing to sort out!
Take a websurfin' look-see at China Coast Pidgin English (CCPE) and _Ham
Soi_/Nauruan Pidgin English. I haven't done any recent websearches in like a
half a year, so...
web sites | provided by Google Results 1-3 of about 4
<html> <head> </head><body><pre><html> <head> </ ...
... MNN MNONG, SOUTHERN MNO MOKILESE MNP CHINESE, MIN BEI MNQ ... PCK CHIN,
PAITE PCL PARDHI
PCM PIDGIN, NIGERIAN PCN ... SAV SAFEN SAW SAWI SAX SAMAN?ENGLISH SAY SAYA ...
http://mercury.ccil.org/~cowan/langs.txt - Cached
Language codes for Ethnologue, 12th ed., 1992
... MAPENA MNN MNONG, SOUTHERN MNO MOKIL MNP CHINESE, MIN PEI ... PCK CHIN,
PAITE PCL PARDHI
PCM PIDGIN, NIGERIAN PCN ... SAV SAFEN SAW SAWI SAX SAMANA ENGLISH SAY SAYA
http://www.lpl.univ-aix.fr/projects/eagles/ethn12.html - Cached
Ruhlen: Classification and List of Languages of the World
... NA-DENE AMERIND OTHER (LANGUAGE ISOLATES, UNCLASSIFIED, PIDGINS AND
CREOLES ... NORTH
SEA : Frisian, English 2.9. ... 8+1]: 1.2.0. [0+1]: +Archaic Chinese
1.2.1. MIN ...
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