Creoles are languages that have arisen through the mixing of different languages, developing into a new one over a brief time period.

The lexicon (or base vocabulary) of a creole language comes from its parent languages, with most (but not all) creoles having used English or French as the lexicon.

French Creoles

Creoles in which French is the lexifier (provided most of the vocabulary).

Haitian Creole, Mauritian Creole, Seychellois Creole.