Cayman Islands English is an English variety spoken in the Cayman Islands. While not much has been written on Cayman Islands English, according to one text, it "seems to have borrowed creole features similar to Jamaica and Central America without having undergone creolization". It is similar to Bay Islands English. African-American vernacular English and Jamaican Patois have also influenced the way younger Caymanians speak.
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- Holm, John A. (1989). "Cayman Islands". Pidgins and Creoles. Vol. 2, Reference Survey. Cambridge University Press. pp. 479–480. ISBN 978-0-521-35940-5.
- Washabaugh, William (1983). "The Off-shore Island Creoles: Providencia, San Andres and the Caymans". In Holm, John A. (ed.). Central American English. John Benjamins Publishing. pp. 174–179. ISBN 3-87276-295-8.
- "The Cayman Islands Dictionary goin' strong still, Bobo!". CaymaniNews. March 20, 2012. Archived from the original on January 26, 2013.