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creoles (language, general)
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Languages that have developed from the mixing of two or more parent languages, where the combined new language has become the first language of a community. Creole languages often arise as the result of contact between the language of a dominant group (historically often a European colonizer) and that (or those) of a subordinate group (often the colonized people, or a slave population). For languages developed from two or more languages, but wher…
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