The Lummi language (Xwlemi Chosen, IPA: [xʷləmi tʃɔsən]) is a dialect of the North Straits Salish language traditionally spoken by the Lummi people of northwest Washington, in the United States. Although traditionally referred to as a language, it is mutually intelligible with the other dialects of North Straits.
 Further reading
- Gibbs, George (1863). Alphabetical Vocabularies of the Clallam and Lummi. Cramoisy Press. Available online through the Washington State Library's Classics in Washington History collection or at Internet Archive
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