Tok-pisin meaning

tŏk pĭsĭn
A pidgin based on English and spoken in Papua New Guinea.
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A creole of Indo-European, Malayo-Polynesian and Trans-New-Guinean languages (principally English and Kuanua); one of the official languages of Papua New Guinea.
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Origin of tok-pisin

  • Pidgin English from English talk English pidgin

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • Tok Pisin, ultimately from English talk + pidgin or business

    From Wiktionary