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