ISO 639-3: uln
||100 in Papua New Guinea. 15 in New Britain, a few scattered in Papua New Guinea; the rest southeast Queensland, Australia (1981 C. Volker).
||East New Britain Province, Rabaul. Also in Australia.
||Rabaul Creole German
||Creole, German based
||Descendant of pidginized Standard German which originated in Gazelle Peninsula of New Britain during German colonial times among Catholic mixed-race (‘Vunapope’) community. With increased mobility and intermarriage, it is disappearing. Mainly older adults. All fluent in at least 2 of Standard German, English, or Tok Pisin [tpi]. Some also use Kuanua [ksd].