Patwa


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Pat·wa

also Pat·ois  (pät′wä′, pă-twä′)
n.
Any of several creoles based on English or French spoken in the Caribbean and by communities of Caribbean origin outside the region, especially the English-based creole of Jamaica.

[Patwa Patwa, from English patois, and French patois, patois; see patois.]
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