Creole languages are languages which arise from a merging of other languages. Creole languages are not generally related to each other.
Creole languages include:
- Bislama, spoken in Vanuatu
- Brokan, or Torres Strait Creole, spoken in the Torres Strait Islands
- Guinea-Bissau Creole, spoken in Guinea-Bissau
- Haitian Creole, spoken in Haiti
- Jamaican Creole, spoken in Jamaica
- Louisiana Creole, spoken in Louisiana, United States
- Mauritian Creole, spoken in Mauritius
- Gullah, or Sea Island Creole, spoken in southern United States
- Seychellois Creole, spoken in the Seychelles
- Sranan Tongo, spoken in Suriname
- Tok Pisin, spoken in Papua New Guinea
Creole may also refer to a cuisine or to various groups of people.
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