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Macaronic Latin specifically is a jumbled jargon made up of vernacular words given Latin The word macaronic comes from the New Latin macaronicus, from Italian dialect maccarone. — “Macaronic language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
Project page—The goal of this project is to ensure that Wikipedia has a corresponding article for every article in every other encyclopedia. Macaronics (wp gwp g | eb 1911 co gct sw) - Macarsca (wp gwp g | eb 1911 co gct sw). — “Wikipedia:WikiProject Missing encyclopedic articles/1911”, en.wikipedia.org
Would this be better located at macaronic verse? ( I just wrote it here because there was demand for it from The topic might be relevant, but the linked page is just an ad for the book, and gives no examples of its macaronics. — “Talk:Macaronic language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org