ARAGONESE:

A romance language spoken by between around 10,000 and 30,000 people in the Spanish Pyrenees. It is derived from the medieval Navarro-Aragonese languages.

GULLAH: An English-based creole language which is spoken by around 250,000 African Americans living in South Carolina and Georgia in the US. It developed during the 18th Century, when slaves used English as a common language but modified it with the African languages they originally spoke.

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NEVERVER: Spoken by an estimated 1250 people who live on Malekula, the second-largest island in the South Pacific nation of Vanuatu. It is also known as Bushman's Bay, Lingarak and Nevwervwer and is considered an endangered language.