Bislama Language and Literature Resources

Bislama Language
Le Bichelamar ou Bislama: Lexique.
Bislama Vanuatu Language
An annotated bibliography of Vanuatu languages, by John Lynch (Ambae, Ambrym, Aneityum, Banks, Efate, Epi, Futuna and Aniwa, Maewo, Malakula, Paama, Pentecost, Santo, Shepherds, Tanna and Torres).
Bislama is the most broadly spoken language in Vanuatu.
Bislama - A Brief History
The term Bislama, according to some authorities in Pidgins, comes from Beach-la-Mar or Bech-de-mer which is boiled, dried, and smoked flesh of sea cucumber used to make soups.
Bislama into Kwamera (PDF Document)
Bislama into Kwamera: Code-mixing and Language Change on Tanna (Vanuatu) Lamont Lindstrom University of Tulsa.
Preabuk long Bislama
Bislama is an official language of Vanuatu, where it is spoken by about 6,000 people as a first language and more than 200,000 others as an additional language.

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