Antillean Creole, sometimes simply referred to as Antillean, is a creole language based on French and spoken primarily in the Lesser Antilles, a long string of partly volcanic islands in the Caribbean Sea. Its grammar and vocabulary also contain parts of Carib and African languages and is related to Haitian Creole, and mutually intelligible. As the decline of native speakers continues throughout the islands, a movement has begun to preserve the use of Antillean Creole, even though the official language is English. Since the 1970’s there has been a revival of speaking Creole, especially among the French-speaking islands. Begin your search for an Antillean baby name and name meaning at Baby Name World, which has a growing list of Antillean, Creole and French names.