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- Rhymes: -ɪŋɡlɪʃ
- The variety of English used in South Asia during the colonial era, having as a feature numerous borrowings from Hindustani and other local languages.
- 2018, James Lambert, “Anglo-Indian slang in dictionaries on historical principles”, in World Englishes, volume 37, page 255:
- To suggest that the term could have come from Anglo-Indian English into British thieves' cant and Chinese Pidgin English while also becoming widely dispersed into British dialect use would be to beg the question.