A dialect formed from two languages which has developed from a pidgin to become a first language. (noun)
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Use "creole" in a sentence
"You might want to read up on the term creole, friend."
"The relationship between pidgin and creole is a fantastic analogy of the relationship between social software and the semantic web."
"Similarly in the chapter about the way that the Portuguese language unites (or separates) Lusofonia, I’d love to have links to videos from Sri Lanka, where a Portuguese creole is still spoken in a few villages."