Class: 'Samana English'
- rdf:value "01.01.02.014.37"
- rdfs:comment "Samaná English (SE and SAX) is a variety of the English language spoken by descendants of Black immigrants from the United States who have lived in the Samaná Peninsula, which belongs today to the Dominican Republic.
The language is variously described a creole language, or a dialect of English. It is similar to that of Caribbean English Creoles spoken by the English speaking Caribbean, especially Turks and Caicos and Bahamian Creole.
- rdfs:label "Samana English" @de
- rdfs:label "Samana English" @en
- skos:prefLabel "Samana English" @de
- skos:prefLabel "Samana English" @en