|Regions with significant populations|
|French, Haitian Creole|
|Related ethnic groups|
|Afro-Haitian, White Haitian, Marabou|
Mulatto (French: mulâtre, Haitian Creole: milat) is a term in Haiti that is historically linked to Haitians who are born to one white parent and one black parent; or to persons of two mulatto parents. Contemporary usage of the term in Haiti is also applied to the bourgeoisie, pertaining to high social and economic stature.
- Gens de couleur
- Free people of color
- White Haitians
- Passing (racial identity)
- Creole peoples
References and footnotes
- "Haiti: People and society: Population". The World Factbook. Retrieved 17 October 2016.