The term Caymanian refers to something or someone from or related to the Cayman Islands, a British overseas territory. British English is the most commonly spoken language in the Cayman Islands, but with a distinctive Caymanian dialect. Many people refer to the Caymanian dialect as Cayman Creole, an English-based creole, and the number of speakers is under 100,000. Jamaican patois is also spoken in the Cayman Islands, and certain words have been integrated into the speech of younger Caymanian generations. Baby Name World houses a growing list of British English and Creole baby names and name meanings if you are looking for a Caymanian baby name.