||70,000 in Belize (2006). Population total all countries: 110,000. Ethnic population: 158,000 including L2 speakers (1990).
||Most in Belize City; rural villages; along the coast; waterways. Also in United States.
||Creola, Kriol, Northern Central America Creole English
||Similar to Nicaragua Creole English [bzk], and Islander (San Andrés) [icr] creoles. Historically an extension of Nicaragua Creole English. Dahufra was a creole used in the 16th-18th centuries.
||Creole, English based, Atlantic, Western
||Creoles, people of East Indian descent. Lingua franca in much of the country. Most domains. Positive attitude. Almost all L1 or L2 speakers.
||Newspapers. Radio programs. TV. Dictionary. Grammar. Bible portions: 1999.
||Jamaican Creole English [jam] has different orthography. Timber; agriculturalists; fishermen; industrial workers; construction industry; commerce; government workers, teachers.