Schliemann's grave in the First Cemetery of Athens. Tensions between New York City police and gay residents of Greenwich Village erupted into more protests the next evening, again several nights later. It could also be said that Gayle has the ability to escalate the moods of its speakers and give rise to an ecstatic, carnivalesque atmosphere, as Bakhtin argues.
Gayle originally manifested as moffietaal Afrikaans: literally, "homosexual language" in the drag culture of the Cape Coloured community in the s. Besides a few core words borrowed from Polari such as the word varda meaning "to see", itself a borrowing from Lingua Francamost of Gayle's words are alliterative formations using women's names, such as Beulah for "beauty", Priscillameaning "police", and Hilda for "hideous".
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Glottolog 2. Today, research in this area in South Africa is still fairly in infancy, with only scholars such as Cage, Rudwick and Ntuli beginning to explore different aspects of the language, including it social characteristics and categories. Like your sexual identity? Tsonga Xitsonga. Jacana Media.
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