Lingua creola

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Lingua creŏla,[1] sive simpliciter creŏlus, est stabilis lingua naturalis, e piginanglica? nativizata? (scilicet patrio sermone facta et sic a pueris adquisita) orta.

Creolae linguae vocabularium in cognatis e parentibus linguis consistit, quamquam crebro clarae phoneticae ac semanticae transmutationes sunt. At contra, grammaticae peculiares proprietates saepe sunt, qui a linguis parentibus differre possunt. Saepissime, vocabularium e grege dominante et grammatica e grege inferiore exoritur ubi talis stratificatio est. Verbi gratia, Creolus Iamaicanus praecipue Anglicis vocabulis superpositis super grammaticam Africae Occidentalis designatur. Itidem, Creolus Haitianus Francico vocabulario superposito super Africae Occidentalis grammaticam designatur.

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  1. [1] Dictionarium Hispanicum-Latinum Iosephi Ioannis Del Col

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