Tsimshian

[ chim-shee-uhn, tsim- ]
/ ˈtʃɪm ʃi ən, ˈtsɪm- /

noun, plural Tsim·shi·ans, (especially collectively) Tsim·shi·an.

a member of an American Indian people of the coastal region of British Columbia.
the Penutian language of the Tsimshian.

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Tsimshian
/ (ˈtʃɪmʃɪən) /

noun

a member of a Native Canadian people of northern British Columbia
the Penutian language of this people

Word Origin for Tsimshian

C19: from Tsimshian, inside the Skeena River
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