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Creole may refer to: Contents. [hide]. 1 Languages; 2 People; 3 Music; 4 Other uses; 5 See also. Languages[edit]. Creole language, a language that originated ...

Creole | Define Creole at Dictionary.com

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Creole definition, a person born in the West Indies or Spanish America but of European, usually Spanish, ancestry. See more.

Creoles - History, The first creoles in america, Acculturation and ...

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Unlike many other ethnic groups in the United States, Creoles did not migrate from a native country. The term Creole was first used in the sixteenth century to ...

Creole - Wiktionary

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Variously from French créole, from its source, Spanish criollo, and from its source, Portuguese crioulo, itself probably a diminutive of cria (“person raised in one's ...

Creole | Definition of Creole by Merriam-Webster

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Define creole: relating to people who are Creoles or to their language—creole in a sentence.

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Creole

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92.02.02: French Creoles in Louisiana: An American Tale

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This unit focuses on the French Creoles of Louisiana, their history, holidays and customs, music, dress, food, and language. Creole life today will be mentioned ...

Haitian Creole | language | Britannica.com

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Haitian Creole, a French-based vernacular language that developed in the late 17th and early 18th centuries. It developed primarily on the sugarcane ...

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Cre·ole
[kree-ohl]
NOUN
1.
a person born in the West Indies or Spanish America but of European, usually Spanish, ancestry.
2.
a person born in Louisiana but of usually French ancestry.
3.
(sometimes lowercase) a person of mixed black and European, especially French or Spanish, ancestry who speaks a creolized form of French or Spanish.
4.
(usually lowercase) a creolized language; a pidgin that has become the native language of a speech community.
5.
the creolized French language of the descendants of the original settlers of Louisiana.
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