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  1. Sierra Leonean Creole or Krio is an English-based creole language that is lingua franca and de facto national language spoken throughout the West African nation of Sierra Leone. Krio is spoken by 96 percent of the country's population, [3] [4] and it unites the different ethnic groups in the country, especially in their trade and social interaction with each other. [5]

  2. Características. El idioma krio es la lengua franca de unos 4 millones de sierraleoneses u otros grupos étnicos idioma yoruba y del idioma igbo. De acuerdo con los datos disponibles en 2011, el krio era hablado por el 90% de la población de Sierra Leona. [3] El pichi es una lengua hablada en Guinea Ecuatorial derivada del krio, que llegó por primera vez a la isla de Bioko llevado por los pobladores africanos que venían de Freetown, Sierra Leona, en 1827.

  3. Krio Dayak. Dialects. Seputan. Language codes. ISO 639-3. xke. Glottolog. kere1285. Krio Dayak is a Kayan language of the Krio Dayak people in West Kalimantan, Indonesia .

    Krio Dayak Language
    Banjar Language
    Meaning
    cucul
    salukut
    burn
    julak
    julak
    eldest uncle or aunt
    nongah
    angah
    middle uncle or aunt
    busu'
    busu
    youngest uncle or aunt
    • 500 (2003)
    • Indonesia
    • Proposed Name Change
    • Stub No More?
    • 'R' Sound
    • Historical and Political Accuracy and Political Correctness
    • Absurd Etymology in The Lead
    • Example Word For 'H'
    • External Links Modified
    • Is Krio A Language?
    • What Is High Krio (Salontòk)?

    The name "kriowed" refers to both a language and an ethnic group, which are somewhat distinct concepts. (For instance, one could imagine the Krio people adopting another language but still remaining a separate group.) Threfore, following a pattern that has been used in many other similar situations, the ethnic section was moved to a separate articl...

    At what point does the "stub" marker get removed? What's the next step up? I've seen it on a number of long articles (and added it to an obviously stubby one). This article looks longer than a stub anyway... --A12n 00:34, 18 October 2006 (UTC)[reply] 1. At this point. I tend to be quite liberal in applying stub tags since especially in this corner ...

    It seems that at least in some parts of Sierra Leone the 'r' sound is uvular, i. e. exactly as in my German mother language. Deriving information from ONE single example is a bit vague; but you can check yourself: http://accent.gmu.edu featuring a woman with mother language = Krio and a sort of 'r' sound which is characteristic for German and also ...

    Some of the words used by the original writer are not wrong, but have been put in a slightly insensitive frame. First of all most Africans all over the continent to no longer like to be referred to as belonging to a specific tribe and claim the same right as most people to be distinguished by ethnic and cultural groups. Tribe can be demeaning, clai...

    I don't speak any Krio, but my native language is English and I can grasp some command of Spanish, so I know that "palavra", being cognate to Spanish "palabra", means "word" in the Portuguese language. It is absolutely absurd to claim that this would somehow transform into "plasas", and its meaning change to "sauce". Why would /vr/ become /s/? The ...

    ...doesn't appear to contain an 'h' - or am I missing something? Neurotip (talk) 00:47, 8 July 2010 (UTC)[reply] 1. 11 years later I am missing the same thing, in case there is such a thing to be missed. → «« Man77 »» 16:41, 9 November 2021 (UTC)[reply]

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    "Krio is an English based creole..." I added "cn" to its description as such. It is likely no more a language than is Jamaican Patois, Black English, or Yeshivish. Mwinog2777 (talk) 18:01, 16 June 2021 (UTC)[reply]

    The article provides a sample of the UDHR in High Krio (Salontòk), but there is no explanation in any part of the article of what High Krio (Salontòk) is, nor does High Krio (Salontòk) have its own Wikipedia entry. The article can be improved by adding information about High Krio (Salontòk). OllyV (talk) 20:29, 6 November 2021 (UTC)[reply]

  4. 19/07/2022 · Sierra Leonean Creole or Krio is an English-based creole language that is lingua franca and de facto national language spoken throughout the West African nation of Sierra Leone. Krio is spoken by 96 percent of the country's population, [4] [5] and it unites the different ethnic groups in the country, especially in their trade and social interaction with each other. [6]