Bay Islands Creole

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Bay Islands Creole is an English dialect with creole influence spoken on the Islas de la Bahia (Guanaja, Roatán, Utila), Honduras. 22,500 native speakers were reported in 2001.[1] Mainlander know this languages as "Caracol", which literally means 'conch'.

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