Ayiti is Not a Latin Country! Creole is in parts derived from...

Maggy Gousse - March 10 2010, 8:31 PM

Ayiti is Not a Latin Country!

Creole is in parts derived from Latin languages a mix of French, Spanish, ( Carib/Indian) and now from the last 30 years of Ayitian migration abroad English has been a strong addition to the mix.The word Creole means mix. The word Creole really comes from a dish, a mix spicy dish. In relation to the language Creole, it simply means mix.

No Ayiti is not a Latin Country.

Ayiti is an Independent Country.

For Example, French from France or from Quebec are languages derived from Latin as-well and they are not, Latin Countries, either.

I had to learn and study the origins of our Creole Language, as I am a Superior Court Interpreter for the French language and for the Creole language, this for the last 18 yrs. Hope this is helpful to you.
Maggy G.

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sir how is haiti a latin country

i mean puerto rico, cuba and dominican republic are not even in latin america. There in caribbeans, but are consider...

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