Bislama

Bis·la·ma (bĭs-läʹmə) n.
A lingua franca based on Malay and English, spoken in the southwest Pacific, especially in the Papua New Guinea area. Also called Beach-la-Mar, Bêche-de-Mer.
  [Pidgin, or native variant of Bêche-de-Mer.]

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