Itanglese

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"Britalian" redirects here. For modern Italo-British people, see Italians in the United Kingdom. For ancient Italo-British political relations, see Roman conquest of Britain.

Itanglese, also known as Anglitaliano or (in the United Kingdom) Britalian, is the macaronic blend (at different degrees) of Italian and English, in the speech of people who speak parts of the two languages, or whose primary language is different from that of the country where they live.

See also[edit]

  • Siculish, a macaronic combination of English and Sicilian language

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