ebonics ebonics  /i ˈbɔ nɪks/


  • (n) a nonstandard form of American English characteristically spoken by African Americans in the United States


  • Oakland school superintendent defends decision to introduce ebonics during Senate hearing.


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  1. Asked how he responded to Spurs center Fabricio Oberto of Argentina after a hard foul in the teams' first-round playoff series, O'Neal told the Arizona Republic, "I told him something in this language .............. it's called vulgar ebonics."
    on May 11, 2008 By: Shaquille O'Neal Source: San Antonio Express

  2. "They would call that ebonics in this day and age," Patterson said. "But we didn't have that terminology back in those days."
    on Apr 26, 2008 By: Kay Patterson Source: The State

  3. As Andrew Lam writes in his foreword, "tightly knit tribes - Little Saigons, Chinatowns, Little Kabul - with their own in-language media and temples and churches, exist alongside Latino Muslims, black Buddhists, Mien teenagers speaking Ebonics."
    on Dec 2, 2007 By: Andrew Lam Source: San Jose Mercury News

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