Hamilton: An American Musical by MassogliaB

Question 3

The act of mixing words from different languages or dialects within a single statement is known by WHAT LINGUISTIC TERM, derived by way of New Latin from the Italian for "paste"(or possibly "dumpling"? Reports vary)? This is practiced frequently within Hamilton, often rhyming words from different languages, such as "bank" and "cinq" or "however he wants" and "pièce de résistance" or "tailor's apprentice" and "in loco parentis" and yes Lin-Manuel Miranda really likes this gimmick.