Kashaya is a Pomoan language spoken in California in the USA by 45 people in 1994. Kashaya speakers are part of the Kashia Band of Pomo Indians, and live on the Stewarts Point Rancheria in Sonoma County. The name Kashaya means "skillful" and "expert gambler" in neighbouring languages. The language is also known as Southwestern Pomo.
This alphabet was created by Robert Oswalt in 1961.
l, r, rʰ and rʼ are only used in loanwords.
ʔama: qʰaʔa:dú-ʔli, cohtoʔ.
After morning had come, she left.
Details of Kashaya pronunciation and sample text supplied by Michael Peter Füstumum
Information about the Kashaya language
Informationan about Stewarts Point Rancheria
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