No remaining speakers.
Tunisia; Dodecanese islands west bank, Greece; Cyprus; other major Mediterranean ports.
Lexicon from Italian [ita] and Occitan [oci]. Reportedly a present-day variety on Aegean Islands, used as pidgin in southeast Mediterranean region, has mainly Arabic syntax and vocabulary which is 65%–70% Italian [ita], 10% Spanish [spa], and other Catalan [cat], French [fra], Ladino [lad], and Turkish [tur] words.
Documented in Jerba, Tunisia in 1353.