[ih-bon-iks] /ɪˈbɒn ɪks/

noun, (used with a singular verb)
(functioning as sing) (US) another name for African-American Vernacular English

“African-American vernacular English,” 1975, as title of a book by U.S. professor R.L. Williams (b.1930); a blend of ebony and phonics.


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