Louisiana Creole


Louisiana Creole
A French creole with elements of French, Spanish, Native American and West African languages spoken by the Louisiana Creole people.

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  • Louisiana Creole — can refer to: * Louisiana Creole people * Louisiana Creole French language * Louisiana Creole cuisine …   Wikipedia

  • Louisiana Creole — ▪ language       French based vernacular language that developed on the sugarcane plantations of what are now southwestern Louisiana (U.S.) and the Mississippi delta when those areas were French colonies. It had probably become relatively… …   Universalium

  • Louisiana Creole people — Ethnic group group=Louisiana Creoles poptime=Unknown popplace=Louisiana, East Texas [ [http://www.ethnologue.com/show language.asp?code=lou Ethnologue report for language code:lou ] ] , Los Angeles County, California, coastal Mississippi, Chicago …   Wikipedia

  • Louisiana Creole French — language name=Louisiana Creole nativename=Kréyol La Lwizyàn states=Louisiana, particularly St. Martin Parish,Natchitoches Parish,St. Landry Parish, Jefferson Parish and Lafayette Parish, Illinois and a small community in East Texas. Significant… …   Wikipedia

  • Louisiana Creole cuisine — Dishes typical of Creole food Creole Jambalaya with shrimp, ham, tomato, and Andouille sausage …   Wikipedia

  • Louisiana Creole French — noun A French creole with elements of French, Spanish, Native American and West African languages spoken by the Louisiana Creole people. Syn: Louisiana Creole …   Wiktionary

  • Louisiana Creole French — ISO 639 3 Code : lou ISO 639 2/B Code : ISO 639 2/T Code : ISO 639 1 Code : Scope : Individual Language Type : Living …   Names of Languages ISO 639-3

  • Creole music — applies to two genres of music from south Louisiana: Creole folk and Creole. Creole folk dates from the 18th century or before, and it consists primarily of folk songs. Many were published, and some found their way into works by Louisiana… …   Wikipedia

  • Creole — may refer to: Languages A Creole language is a stable, full fledged language that originated from a pidgin or combination of other languages. Creole languages subgroups may include: Arabic based creole languages Dutch based creole languages… …   Wikipedia

  • Creole louisianais — Créole louisianais Créole louisianais Kréyol La Lwizyàn Parlée en Louisiane, particulièrement dans la Paroisse de Saint Martin, la Paroisse de Saint Landry, la Paroisse de Jefferson et la Paroisse de Lafayette, l Illinois et une petite communauté …   Wikipédia en Français


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