Yokohama Pidgin Japanese
|Yokohama Pidgin Japanese|
|Extinct||End of the 19th century|
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Yokohama Pidgin Japanese, Yokohamese or Japanese Ports Lingo was a Japanese-based pidgin spoken in the Yokohama area during the late 19th century for communication between Japanese and foreigners. Most information on Yokohama Pidgin comes from Exercises in the Yokohama Dialect, a humorous pamphlet published in 1879 by Hoffman Atkinson.
- Atkinson, Hoffman (1879). Revised and Enlarged Edition of Exercises in the Yokohama Dialect. Yokohama.
- Daniels, F. J. (1948). "The Vocabulary of Japanese Ports Lingo". Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London 12 (3/4): 805–823. doi:10.1017/S0041977X00083385.
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