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Hawaiian Pidgin


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  • proper n. A creole language based in part on English used by most "local" residents of Hawaii.
  • proper n. Any pidgin language based on Hawaiian, especially used in the second half of the 19th century and the earliest 20th century.


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  • Because if I hear people speaking fake Hawaiian Pidgin - it's a turnoff to hear people who don't naturally speak it, speak it.


  • Da Jesus Book is the New Testament translated into Hawaiian Pidgin, and it's awesome.

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