- n.Poetry written in Ebonics.Example Citation:Harris also threads the original text with street jargon and 'ebonic' poetry, then mixes it all in with scratch video and live relay projection, a superb DJ duo and some breathtaking choreography delivered by a crop of America's finest hip hop artists and breakdancers.—Gareth Evans, "Rome and Jewels," The Stage, November 1, 2001Earliest Citation:In the finished work, Shakespeare's text appears only in fragments, spliced with street vernacular and what Harris calls 'ebonic poetry'.—Judith Mackrell, "Where art thou, Juliet?," The Guardian, October 20, 2001Related Word:Categories:
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Bubbonics — (buh.BAWN.iks) n. The speech patterns of the U.S. south. Example Citation: The North Georgia representative, a tall, broad shouldered man who speaks in a slow, Southern drawl he jokingly calls Bubbonics, is preaching spending restraint as he… … New words
Ebonics — n. Ebony + phonics. Another word for Black English, which the American Speech Language and Hearing Association now recognizes as a separate dialect with its own syntax and vocabulary. Related Words: antilanguage cryptolect ebonic poetry edubabble … New words
Language (General) — Language General amphibological antigram antilanguage aptagram autological beforemath Bubbonics camouflanguage … New words
Writing — autopathography backstory bardolatry blog blogosphere blurb whore chick lit cyberscriber … New words
Witchdoctor (rapper) — Infobox musical artist Name = Witchdoctor Img capt = Img size = Landscape = Background = group or band Alias = Origin = Atlanta, Georgia Genre = Rap, Hip hop Years active = 1995 present Label = Arista Records, Koch Records, Williams Street… … Wikipedia