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Cruzeño, also known as Isleño (Ysleño) or Island Chumash, was one of the Chumashan languages spoken along the coastal areas of Southern California. It shows evidence of mixing between a core Chumashan language such as Barbareño or Ventureño and an indigenous language of the Channel Islands. The latter was presumably spoken on the islands since the end of the last ice age separated them from the mainland; Chumash would have been introduced in the first millennium after the introduction of plank canoes on the mainland. Evidence of the substratum language is retained in a noticeably non-Chumash phonology, and basic non-Chumash words such as those for 'water' and 'house'.
Source : DBpedia

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[en] Cruzeño

Language type : Extinct

Language resources for Cruzeño

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Wiktionnaire - Catégorie:cruzeño [fr]

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Following BCP 47 the recommended tag for this language is crz.

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ISO 639-3 : crz

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