Mauritian Creole has kik ~ kit as the reflex of French quelques (final consonant varies). A minority of speakers employ this independently to mean 'some', e.g. kit ~ kik manze 'some food'. Impressionistically most speakers use this only as the first element in kitfwa 'perhaps', kitsoz 'something' and kiken 'someone'. So we seem to be moving from generic-noun-based indefinites towards special indefinites but haven't quite got there yet.