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Ebonics (n.)

"African-American vernacular English," 1975, as title of a book edited by U.S. professor Robert L. Williams (1930-2020), who is said to have coined the word as a blend of ebony and phonics.

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Definitions of Ebonics from WordNet

Ebonics (n.)
a nonstandard form of American English characteristically spoken by African Americans in the United States;
Synonyms: African American Vernacular English / aave / African American English / Black English / Black English Vernacular / Black Vernacular / Black Vernacular English
From wordnet.princeton.edu