a language which develops from a
a new language developed when the children of pidgin speakers in a colony or on a plantation acquire a language based on their parents' pidgin and that being spoken around them by the children of other pidgin speakers
a pidgin that has developed and become the mother tongue for a community of people
language descended from pidgin that has native speakers.
A well-defined and stable language, that originated from a non-trivial combination of two or more languages. Creole languages often have distinctive features that are not exhibited in its parent languages.
A creole language, or just creole, is a well-defined and stable language that originated from a non-trivial combination of two or more languages, typically with many distinctive features that are not inherited from either parent. All creole languages evolved from pidgins, usually those that have become the native language of a community.