1.African American Slang
May 17, 2001 ... African American Slang has had many other names: Ebonics, Jive, Black. English , and more. The Oxford English Dictionary defines slang (in ...
2.African American English
heading ofJuba to Jive: A Dictionary of African-American Slang, and Smitherman uses. Black Talk: Words and Phrases from the Hood to the Amen Corner.
3.Appropriation of African American slang by ... - Hunter College - CUNY
This article explores the ways in which Asian American teenagers creatively appropriated two African American slang terms: aite and na mean. While ...
4.U.C.L.A. Slang 2 - UCLA Department of Linguistics
This is a new dictionary of slang words and expressions used at U.C.L.A. in .... class included members from each of these groups (African-Americans were rep- ...
5.NTC's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial - Vietgle Tra từ
This dictionary is a collection of slang and colloquial expressions in frequent use in .... black typically used by or originated by African Americans. blend made up ...
DICTIONARY OF AMERICAN SLANG AND COLLOQUIAL EXPRESSIONS - RICHARD A. SPEARS 2000
6.Official Dictionary of Unofficial English - A Way with Words
editor of the "Oxford Dictionary of American Political Slang" (2004, Oxford University. Press), and ...... whether Ebonics is a true dialect of Black Americans or just ...
7.Studies in slang, VII - Scholars' Mine
From Juba to Jive: A Dictionary of African-. American Slang. (First printed: 1 970). NY: Viking. p.440: 'spook n. (1800s-1960s) originally used by black slaves as ...
8.Youth and Student Slang in British and American English: An ...
Suggests that urban college teachers should include student slang in their English composition classes. Major, Clarence. Dictionary of Afro-American Slang.