A confused blend of Japanese and English; Engrish.

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  • Japlish — Japanese with many English words, 1960, from JAPANESE (Cf. Japanese) + ENGLISH (Cf. English) …   Etymology dictionary

  • Japlish — /ˈdʒæplɪʃ/ (say japlish) noun 1. a form of Japanese containing many English words and expressions. 2. English heavily influenced by Japanese idioms. Also, Janglish. {blend of Japanese and English2} …   Australian English dictionary

  • Japlish — /jap lish/, n. 1. Japanese spoken or written with a large admixture of English words and expressions. 2. English spoken or written with features characteristic of Japanese. [1955 1960; JAP(ANESE) + (ENG)LISH] * * * …   Universalium

  • Japlish — Jap|lish [ dʒæplıʃ ] noun uncount INFORMAL a mixture of the English and Japanese languages that is neither correct English nor correct Japanese. This word is considered offensive by some people …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • Japlish — n. mixture of Japanese and English languages; English with a twist of Japanese …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Japlish — [ dʒaplɪʃ] noun informal a blend of Japanese and English spoken in Japan …   English new terms dictionary

  • japlish — jap·lish …   English syllables

  • japlish — n. a blend of Japanese and English, used in Japan. Etymology: Japanese + English …   Useful english dictionary

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