Family: Sino-Tibetan

Classification

Comments on family membership

Hruso-Aka [hru] is clearly not a Miji dialect as held by Shafer, Robert 1947 . The shared lexicon is attributable to loans, and of what remains, there are insufficient Tibeto-Burman parallels for a Tibeto-Burman affiliation Padun, Mahendra 1971 , Roger Blench and Mark Post 2011 Gregory D. S. Anderson and Ganesh Murmu and K. David Harrison 2013 , Gregory D. S. Anderson 2014 . The Kamengic group, Puroik, Miju, Mishmic and Koro-Milang show little Tibeto-Burman cognacy, but what they do show is slightly in favour of inheritance (rather than borrowing) since they occur in the basic vocabulary Roger Blench and Mark Post 2011 , Robbins Burling 2003 , Mark Post and Roger Blench 2011 Gregory D. S. Anderson and Ganesh Murmu and K. David Harrison 2013 , Gregory D. S. Anderson 2014 and in grammar in the case of Koro-Milang Gregory D. S. Anderson and Ganesh Murmu and K. David Harrison 2013 .

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