He speaks the language of Mota, the lingua franca here, you know.
"This is the ketch Stella, from Malta," he said in the lingua franca of the East.
One of them spoke now in Songhoi, the lingua franca of the vicinity.
Riuku cursed her again, in the lingua franca of a dozen systems.
Having said this, the Moor asked several questions—through the negro, and always in the Lingua Franca.
Going humbly towards this Arab, the negro asked him in Lingua Franca if there was anything unusual going on in the town?
He spoke in Lingua Franca, which Foster understood pretty well by that time.
"Get below, every man of you," Peter Gross barked in the lingua franca of the islands.
The suspicion is also well founded that by Malauec is meant a lingua franca made up from various tongues.
The homely idiomatic language in opposition to any mixed jargon, or lingua franca, spoken by an imported slave:—2.