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Tok Pisin is one of the national languages used in Papua New Guinea. It is a kind of Pidgin English, which was developed during the 19th century. The language came about as a result of increased economic interaction between the Europeans and Melanesians. When laborers from the Pacific Islands worked side by side in Australian plantations, they did not have a common language to use. As a result of this, they developed their own form of English, which borrowed words from other [...]
Tok pisin (also called New Guinea Pidgin) is a creole spoken throughout Papua New Guinea, where it is an official language and the most widely used language (approximately 1 million speakers).
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This dictionary was made by Nils R. Bull Young (geocities.com/nilsbull/tokpisin.htm).
List status: © Nils R. Bull Young
Tok Pisin > English: 2,762 words
English > Tok Pisin: 3,855 words
Last update: March 21, 2014
First upload: June 22, 2003
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