The Kashaya language is a Pomoan language from Sonoma County in Northern California. It is the language of the Kashia Band of Pomo Indians of the Stewarts Point Rancheria.

This online dictionary is being developed by Gene Buckley, based largely on materials collected by Robert Oswalt, especially with Essie Parrish. Oswalt's manuscript dictionary was converted to database form and further edited; that is the source of the entries here. See more details on the acknowledgments page.

The dictionary is a work in progress, and is updated periodically. Please make comments on any entries that have errors or could otherwise be improved, or get in touch by email.

Other resources for the study of Kashaya can be found on this page.