Prispinhu – in Berdiánu, a Portuguese creole spoken in Kau Berdi (Cabo Verde / Cape Verde).
Berdianu is a creole language that evolved from contact between Portuguese settlers and the local population in Cape Verde during the colonial period. It developed as a means of communication between the different linguistic and cultural groups in the region.
Berdianu is based on Portuguese but has been heavily influenced by African languages and other creole languages spoken in Cape Verde. As with many creole languages, it features simplified grammar and vocabulary compared to the parent language, Portuguese.
Historically, creole languages like Berdianu were primarily spoken and had limited written expression. However, efforts have been made in recent years to develop written forms and promote its use in writing.