noun plural but singular in construction Ebon·ics \ē-ˈbä-niks, i-, e-\

Definition of EBONICS

Origin of EBONICS

blend of ebony and phonics
First Known Use: 1973

Other Language Terms

cognate, collocation, homonym


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