Word usage examples
So with the lingo of the Kroo-boys of Africa, the pigeon English of the Far East, and the beche de mer of the westerly portion of the South Seas.
It was the first white men who ventured through Melanesia after the early explorers, who developed beche de mer English--men such as the beche de mer fishermen, the sandalwood traders, the pearl hunters, and the labour recruiters.
Also, from the fact that out of the need the lingo arose, beche de mer English is a splendid argument for the Esperanto enthusiasts.
Thus, fella, in beche de mer, means all that piecee does and quite a bit more, and is used continually in every possible connection.
Doubtlessly the first dim white adventurer whimsically called a native woman Mary, and of similar birth must have been many other words in beche de mer.
Imagine the predicament of the Germans on the plantations of Bougainville Island, who are compelled to learn beche de mer English in order to handle the native labourers.
BUL MER 367 Buna, 264 Bungo Suido, 464, 537-8 BUNKER HILL, 290, 3I4, 335, 339, 554 Burgenland, 380 Burke, Capt.
BUL MER 367 Buna, 264 Bungo Suido, 464, 537-8 BUNKER HILL, 290, 314, 335, 339, 554 Burgenland, 380 Burke, Capt.
Et il se mit a fumer tranquillement sa pipe en ecume de mer, sur laquelle une femme nue etait sculptee voluptueusement.
That sharp nose smelled gossip, and she would not rest until the ferreted out every bit of information possible about Cory and Meri and then did her best to make that information known throughout Gylles and the neighboring county.