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  • Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, Volume 12, Issue 3-4
  • October 1948, pp. 805-823

The Vocabulary of the Japanese Ports Lingo

Abstract

The ‘makeshift’ or ‘pidgin’ language here discussed has been usuallycalled in English ‘the Yokohama dialect’ or ‘Yokohama Japanese’. In Japanese the corresponding ‘Yokohama-hotoba’ is sometimes heard, but it is hardly a recognized name, and examples of the language are apt to be dismissed as foreigners′ mistakes.

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