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1The fact of being a Creole; Creole descent.
2A word, phrase, or other linguistic feature characteristic of or peculiar to a creole language.
Late 18th century; earliest use found in John Ramsay (1736–1814), writer on Scotland. From Creole + -ism, probably partly after Spanish criollismo.
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