- Language: Unserdeutsch
- Alternate names: Rabaul Creole German
- Language code: uln
- Language family: Creole, German Based
- Number of speakers: 115
- Script: Latin script
A view from Rabaul around 1900.
Unserdeutsch ("Our German"), or Rabaul Creole German, is a German-based Creole language spoken primarily in Papua New Guinea and the northeast of Australia. It was formed among the New Guinean children residing in a German-run orphanage. Fewer than 100 native speakers survive today, 15 of whom live in New Britain.
bin 'to be'