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"The world's still the same. There's just...less in it."
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"Tell them to let me down!"
"Kay-lay lam. Lam piki-piki. Lam eensy weensy. Lam say-say... eunuchy. Snip-snip."
Will Turner, Jack Sparrow, and the Pelegostos[src]

Umshoko was the native language of the Pelegostos of Pelegosto Island.

Notable wordsEdit

  • Bugo 'please'
  • Fi fi 'fire'
  • Kamino 'come back'
  • Rah 'big'
  • Bal liki liki 'Go'
  • Par 'What'
  • Se 'is'
  • Se se 'is very'
  • Co 'this'
  • Lom 'he/him'
  • Pe lala 'Get them'
  • maboogi snickle snickle 'want more wood'
  • Eunuchy snip-snip 'eunuch'
  • Latazo 'chief'
  • toute de suite 'hurry'

Behind the scenesEdit

  • Umshoko was developed by dialect coach Carla Meyer and UCLA linguist Peter Ladefogend. It was drawn from several international languages and mixed with elements of Pig Latin and reversed English words.[1]


Notes and referencesEdit

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