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Bourbonnais Creole
Indian Ocean
Native speakers
(undated figure of ~2,000,000[citation needed])
Linguistic classificationFrench Creole
  • Bourbonnais Creole
isle1246  (Mauritian–Seselwa)
reun1238  (Réunion)

Bourbonnais Creole is the group of French-based creole languages spoken in the western Indian Ocean. The close relation of the languages is from the similar historical and cultural backgrounds of the islands. The name is derived from the former name of Réunion Island: Bourbon Island before 1793. Another name is Mascarene Creole, as the predominant island group is called the Mascarenes.

There are six languages in this group: