United Kingdom, Mauritius, Seychelles
Chagossian Creole (also créole îlois, kreol Ilwa, or just Ilwa) is a French-based Creole that was still spoken in 1994 by the 1,800 or so Chagossians, the former inhabitants of the Chagos Archipelago evicted in the early 1970s. It is currently spoken mainly in Mauritius and the Seychelles. There is also a small minority community speaking the language in the United Kingdom.
^ Smith, Norval (1994). “26 An annotated list of creoles, pidgins and mixed languages”. In Arends, Jacques; Muijsken, Pieter; Smith, Norval. Pidgins and Creoles: An introduction. John Benjamins. p. 347. ISBN 978-90-272-5236-4.
French-based creole languages and pidgins by continent
See also: Dominica, Grenadian, Saint Lucian
Karipúna do Amapá
Belle Isle Pidgin