Indo-European languages include a huge swath of spoken languages, ranging from French to Farsi, along with the many languages spoken on the Indian subcontinent. (English and Spanish are also Indo-European languages, but are recorded in separate categories.) Asian and Pacific Island languages include Chinese, Japanese, Thai, Vietnamese, and languages spoken by indigenous people of Australia along with other Pacific cultures. The Other language category includes Afro-Asiatic languages such as Arabic and Hebrew, as well as Native American languages.
Washington County residents in poverty speak primarily only English (43% adults, 63% children) and Spanish (46% adults, 23% children). Other languages include Asian and Pacific Island (6% adults, 7% children), Indo-European (1% adults, 4% children), and other languages (3% adults, 2% children).