Definitions

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  • noun A member of a group of related Native American communities from the Pacific Northwest of North America.

Etymologies

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From the North Straits Salish name for the Klallam people, [xʷsˈtɬæləm].

Examples

  • The S'Klallam's ability to submit the application so far ahead of any other tribe in the nation is a reflection of their sense of community-as-family and the importance of keeping kids within the tribe.

    Daniel Heimpel: A Lesson to Be Learned

  • The S'Klallam's ability to submit the application so far ahead of any other tribe in the nation is a reflection of their sense of community-as-family and the importance of keeping kids within the tribe.

    Daniel Heimpel: A Lesson to Be Learned

  • The S'Klallam's ability to submit the application so far ahead of any other tribe in the nation is a reflection of their sense of community-as-family and the importance of keeping kids within the tribe.

    Kitsap Sun Stories

  • The S'Klallam's ability to submit the application so far ahead of any other tribe in the nation is a reflection of their sense of community-as-family and the importance of keeping kids within the tribe.

    Kitsap Sun Stories

  • That's not because of a lack of bureaucratic savvy - Allen is among the most politically astute tribal leaders in the country, and the Jamestown S'Klallam's economic success is widely regarded as a model for other tribes.

    The News Tribune - Tacoma - - HOMEPAGE

  • That's not because of a lack of bureaucratic savvy - Allen is among the most politically astute tribal leaders in the country, and the Jamestown S'Klallam's economic success is widely regarded as a model for other tribes.

    The Seattle Times

  • Watercourse near where the ancient Klallam tribes lived.

    Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror: Mysterium Tremendum - Laird Barron

  • Watercourse near where the ancient Klallam tribes lived.

    Archive 2010-05-01

  • I've just read something interesting about how to correctly interpret sonority hierarchy in languages such as Georgian or Klallam where everything seems to go totally haywire.

    Pre-IE Syncope has an easter-egg surprise for you

  • Note Klallam sqməy̕ 'dog' and Greek πνευμα pneuma 'breath'.

    Defining valid Etruscan word-initial clusters

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