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Japanglish

blending and clipping; noun
Like English, describing the specific style of Japanese-made English. It is another name for neologism: "Engrish".
 
This is because Japanese people do not read English according to phonetic symbols, but according to Roman pronunciation. In the meantime, Japanese people really like to use pseudonyms to spell foreign languages. Therefore, they have created and formed a different and rather special English speaking way and pronunciation method of their own. It usually make others, for example, English native speakers confused and could not understand their meanings.
Etymology : This neologism uses compounding word formation technique. "Japan" and "English" and combined into "Japanglish". "English" is clipped into a splinter and "Japan" is keep as whole. Thus, this is a half blending.
Source : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zhGnuWwpNxI Music lyrics, Nov 19 2017
Last modified: 30 November 2020


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