Bookkeeping: Buxinhua

This entry has been retired and is featured here only for bookkeeping purposes. Either the entry has been replaced with one or more more accurate entries or it has been retired because it was based on a misunderstanding to begin with.

Retired in ISO 639-3: Merge into Bit [bgk] as duplicate

  • Change request: 2007-009
  • ISO 639-3: bxt
  • Name: Buxinhua
  • Reason: duplicate
  • Effective: 2008-01-14

Excerpt from change request document:

As best as I can tell, these refer to the same language from two different sources. The bgk information seems to have originally come from J-O Svantesson, whereas the Buxinhua information is originally from the Encyclopedic Dictionary of Chinese Linguistics. "Bit" and "Buxin(g)hua" appear to refer to the same small language in Yunnan province's Mengla county which Chinese linguists (e.g. Shearer & Sun 2002) classify as Khmuic. As bgk is linked to speakers in Laos, it seems simpler to retire bxt.

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