Unformatted text preview: • Creole = language (culturally based language) • Creole = people 8. According to “Pondering Pidgin,” when was pidginize Hawaiian developed? • Early 1800’s Notes: o Prior to 1820’s Hawaiians passed traditions down orally o A lot of r’s o Manoleo is the traditional language o 9 consonants = H,K,W,L,M,N,P,-,’ o 5 vowels (all Hawaiian words end in a vowel o Dakine = everything and anything o Aino Kea = I don’t care (pidginized Hawaiian)...
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- Spring '11
- Vowel, Māori language, Polynesian languages