Rama Cay Creole
is a Creole language
spoken by some 800 to 900 people on the island of Rama Cay
in eastern Nicaragua
. It is based on Miskito Coast Creole
with additional elements of the Chibchan language Rama
and purportedly some elements of English spoken with a German
accent. The creolization of the language is supposed to have happened when Moravian missionaries who were native Germans but preached in English encouraged the Rama-speaking population of the island to shift to English.