|Labrador Inuit Pidgin French|
|Belle Isle Pidgin|
|Region||Straits of Belle Isle|
|Era||late 17th century until ca. 1760|
|ISO 639-3||None (|
Labrador Inuit Pidgin French, also called Belle Isle Pidgin, was a French-lexified pidgin spoken between Breton and Basque fishermen and the Inuit of Labrador from the late 17th century until about 1760.
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