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The language of Pitcairn Island, a mixture of English and Polynesian (mainly Tahitian) elements.
Of or relating to the Pitcairn Islands, the people of Pitcairn Island, or their language.
1930s; earliest use found in The Times. From the name of either PitcairnIsland or the PitcairnIslands + -ese.
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