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Brian Steptoe, a British authority, has pointed out, "In my experience, travelling fairground operators, owners and their staffs would be greatly insulted if they were thought to be gypsies.Many of the terms you list are gypsy or Romany terms and I do not think they should be called travelling showmen's language, although some showmen's words are in your list."Peter Bendall, another Briton, offers: "When I was a child and a young adult, nearly all of our British circuses used the private language which we called Parlari.With the popularity and rise in use of online text-based communications came the emergence of a new texting language, tailored to the immediacy and compactness of these new communication media.Today, text and chat abbreviations are used in many of the following online communications Facebook, Twitter, instant messaging, email, online gaming services, chat rooms and discussion boards.It survived among several populations that share certain characteristics: they are (for the most part) traditionally itinerant, lower-class, and share a need for a private vocabulary unintelligible to outsiders.

Many members of each population would deny fellowship with the other groups who use it (each with its own variations), but there is undeniable overlap between the "parlari" of the theatre, the circus and fairground, and polari, British gay slang from the days when 'the love that dares not speak its name' needed a secret jargon.Lingua Franca was used from the Middle Ages until the nineteenth century, when it disappeared from use leaving only this vestigial trace.Parlari, as it survives, partakes of numerous sources including Lingua Franca, Romani (the language of the Gypsies), "Shelta" or "Gammon" (the cant of the Irish tinkers), bits of Yiddish, Cockney rhyming slang and the less well-known Cockney backslang.Many of these terms derive from a traveling showmen's slang called parlari or parlyari.Parlari flows from many lands and seems to derive largely from Lingua Franca, a "pidgin" (a simplified informal spoken trade language, an admixture of other languages used between speakers of different tongues) used around the Mediterranean between sailors and traders from widely different language groups, the several parents of this language being Italian, French, Spanish, Occitan, Arabic, Greek and Turkish.We provide this service as a free platform to UK Swingers.