A language of Poland
ISO 639-3: csb
||3,000 in Poland. Ethnic population: 100,000 or more (1993 T. Salminen).
||North central, near Baltic coast, left bank of the Lower Vistula; west of Bay of Gdansk; narrow strip inland, southwest from Gdynia. Also in Canada.
||Cashubian, Cassubian, Kaszubski
||Kashubian Proper, Slovincian. German influences in the language. Transitional dialects between Kashubian Proper, the Slovincian dialect, and Polish [pol].
||Indo-European, Slavic, West, Lechitic
||No remaining speakers of Slovincian. Few children use Kashubian Proper.
||Most of ethnic group speak regional variety of Polish [pol] (1993 Tapani Salminen).