Cannanore Indo-Portuguese is an Indo-Portuguese creole spoken on the Malabar coast of India. It formed from contact between the Portuguese and Malayalam languages in Indo-Portuguese households in the city of Cannanore (Kannur). In 2010 it was estimated to have five native speakers remaining. It formed after the Cochin Indo-Portuguese.[Does this mean in time, or that it derived from Cochin IP?]
- Hugo Cardoso, "The Death of an Indian-born Language", Open Magazine, October 30, 2010.
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