Beach-la-mar



Neo-Melanesian.
a pidgin language based on English and spoken in Melanesia, New Guinea, and NE Australia.
noun
an English-based creole language spoken in Vanuatu and Fiji, and formerly much more widespread Also called Biche-la-mar
noun
an English-based creole language widely spoken in the SW Pacific, with borrowings from other languages, esp Motu Also called Beach-la-Mar

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    a shrub, Prunus maritima, of the rose family, of the seashores of northeastern North America, having sharply toothed leaves and white flowers. the purple or blackish edible fruit of this shrub. Historical Examples The wind whined among the pines which grew along the ridge of beach plum Point. Ruth Fielding Down East Alice B. Emerson […]

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