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Italian Eritrean information

Eritrean Pidgin Italian
Simplified Italian of Eritrea (Italian Eritrean)
Era19th to late-20th centuries
Language family
Italian-based pidgin
Language codes
ISO 639-3None (mis)

Eritrean Pidgin Italian (or Italian Eritrean, as is often called) was a pidgin language used in Italian Eritrea when Eritrea was a colony of Italy (and until the 1970s in the Asmara region).[1]

  1. ^ Map showing the existence of the Eritrean Pidgin Italian in Africa

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