The Pomoan, or Pomo /ˈpoʊmoʊ/, languages are a small family of Native
Californian languages spoken by the Pomo people who formerly occupied the
This Online Talking Dictionary contains words from the Northern Pomo language.
Most entries are spoken by fluent speakers Edna Campbell Guerrero, Elenor ...
The Pomo languages are considered by some linguists to be part of the larger
Hokan family of languages. There were once seven distinct Pomo languages, ...
The Northern Pomo language was traditionally spoken from the Russian River
northwest of Clear Lake to the Pacific coast. There were several subgroups, ...
Welcome to our Pomo vocabulary page! The Pomo languages are indigenous
languages of California. Some linguists consider them to be part of the Penutian
The Southeastern Pomo language was traditionally spoken at the eastern end of
Clear Lake in three groups, centering around settlements on Anderson Island ...
The Southern Pomo language was traditionally spoken on the lower Russian
River, in the Dry Creek Valley, and on the Santa Rosa plain. In pre-contact times,
Eastern Pomo is a Pomoan language spoken in California by a few people.
The Central Pomo language was traditionally spoken from the Russian River
southwest of Clear Lake to the Pacific coast. There were settlements along the ...