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  • proper n. the language spoken on Norfolk Island; a blend of English and Tahitian


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  • To outsiders the creole, known as Norfuk, is almost incomprehensible, although pronouncing words slowly helps untangle their meaning.

    Archive 2007-08-01

  • Alice Buffett, a seventh generation islander who has written a Norfuk text book and dictionary, said the pupils were enjoying learning phrases such as "Whataway yorle?"

    Archive 2007-08-01

  • Sandringham, Norfuk - (X-Files): Earlier this week the ominous craft was seen terrorising the drunks running the Kremlin. : Spoof News : Front Page


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