They speak a mixed language collected from Persian Arabic, Syrian, and other tongues.
The English is a mixed language, made up from various sources.
Feist compares it with English and considers it a “mixed language” almost from the start, and many facts seem to favor this view.
Out of this mixture of Sumerians and Semites there arose a mixed people, a mixed language, and a mixed religion.
To it, beyond all others, the designation of being a mixed language applies; indeed it corresponds altogether to this character.
This mixed language still survives among some of the inferior races of men.