Saramaccan

Saramaccan

[sar-uh-mak-uhn]
noun
an English-based creole spoken in the interior of Suriname.

Origin:
1955–60; Saramacc(a) a river in Surinam (on the upper reaches of which the language is spoken) + -an

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