listen to the pronunciation of patois
Englisch - Türkisch
mahalli ağgan
{i} lehçe
(isim) lehçe
bölgesel dil
bir bölgeye mahsus agzı
Englisch - Englisch
Creole French in the Caribbean (especially in Dominica, St. Lucia, Trinidad and Tobago& Haiti)
Any of various French or Occitan dialects spoken in France
A Jamaican Creole language primarily based on English and African languages but also has influences from Spanish, Portuguese and Hindi
{i} common language, form of language used by the masses; local dialect, provincial form of language
a regional dialect of a language (especially French); usually considered substandard
pat·ois patois is both the singular and the plural form; the singular form is pronounced and the plural form is pronounced1. A patois is a form of a language, especially French, that is spoken in a particular area of a country. In France patois was spoken in rural, less developed regions. = dialect
a characteristic language of a particular group (as among thieves); "they don't speak our lingo"
A patois is a language that has developed from a mixture of other languages. A substantial proportion of the population speak a French-based patois. = creole. patois a spoken form of a language used by the people of a small area and different from the national or standard language
A dialect peculiar to the illiterate classes; a provincial form of speech
Creole French in the Caribbean (especially in Trinidad and Tobago)
Jamaican Patois
common language used in Jamaica, patios used by Jamaicans who are compelled or caused to leave their traditional homeland





    () 1635, from French patois (“regional dialect or language”). See patois.