Pidgin or Dialect?
Casting the problem domain as the colonial power and ruby as the native language, it's obvious that I've invented a pidgin language.
The nice thing about a pidgin (or a dialect, as Ben Scofield suggests) is that all of the power and syntax and semantics of the host language are available if you need them to express concepts that your little language cannot--without modifying the little language at all.
There you go; there are two good terms for describing the use of domain-specific language within a full-fledged programming language without co-opting a term with a perfectly good, existing definition.
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