Our goal is for brokendictionary.com to be a platform for preserving and sharing pidgin and creole languages from around the world, and making the folk stories from every country in the world a global resource.
Join us in making this happen!

You can participate on brokendictionary.com in several ways:

  1. Pidgin: you can add pidgin words, definitions and examples on brokendictionary.com.
  2. Folk stories: on brokendictionary.com, you can add folk stories. When you do so, we ask that you give credit to who, or where you got it from. Especially, if it is from other content creators, your grandma, or a specific tribe/culture.
  3. Blogging/Image Sharing: you can blog on brokendictionary.com about anything. We encourage blogs in any Pidgin, or Creole. If you blog on brokendictionary.com, please tell other users what type of Pidgin you are using.

We hope that you enjoy using Brokendictionary.com. If you have any idea/suggestions about how we can better serve you, please contact us.

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You can download broken dictionary's Pidgin and Folklore Apps on Google Play Store.


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We would like to thank our technical consultants in Nigeria, LOGEAK

* Please note that we do not do business with individuals, or countries that are on the U.S. Treasury Department's list of Specially Designated Nationals and Countries.

* We want brokendictionary.com to be fun, informative, educational and safe space for national pride and celebration of various cultures with the world. If you post items that are hateful or cause harm to others, your page will be removed.