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The Nuu-chah-nulth language is part of the Wakashan language family, related to Nitinaht and Makah, and is primarily spoken in British Columbia. Particularly, it is used by the Nuu-chah-nulth peoples who live on the west coast of Vancouver Island, from Barkley Sound to Quatsino Sound.
Nuu-chah-nulth has 12 different dialects, each named after the First Nations that speak the dialect:
- Ehattesaht (aka Ehattisaht)
- Clayoquot (also known as Tla.o.qui.aht)
- Tseshaht (aka Sheshaht)
- Uchuklesaht (also known as Uchucklesaht)
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