George J. Scott and J. P. Hardiman 1900

George J. Scott and J. P. Hardiman. 1900. Ethnology with vocabularies. In Gazetteer of Upper Burma and the Shan States, 475-727. Rangoon: Superintendent of Government Printing of Burma.

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  address    = {Rangoon},
  author     = {George J. Scott and J. P. Hardiman},
  booktitle  = {Gazetteer of Upper Burma and the Shan States},
  pages      = {475-727},
  publisher  = {Superintendent of Government Printing of Burma},
  title      = {Ethnology with vocabularies},
  volume     = {I(1)},
  year       = {1900},
  besttxt    = {ptxt2\eurasia\scott-hardiman_burma-ethnology1900_o.txt},
  fn         = {eurasia\scott-hardiman_burma-ethnology1900_o.pdf, eurasia\scott-hardiman_burma-ethnology1900.pdf},
  hhtype     = {overview;ethnographic;wordlist},
  inlg       = {English [eng]},
  lgcode     = {Shan, Siamese, Lao, Wa or Vü, Hka Mūk = Khmu [kjg], Palaung or Rumai, Rumai, Riang Yang Sek = Riang [ril], Riang Yang Wan Kun = Riang [ril], Mon or Talaing [mnw], Palaung or Rumai of Nam Hsan = Palaung-Shwe [pll], Mon [mnw], Karen-ni = Kayah-Eastern [eky], Yintalè = Yintale Karen [kvy], Manō = Manumanaw Karen [kxf], Sawngtung Zayein Karen = Zayein Karen [kxk], Padeng Za-yein = Zayein [kxk], Banyang Zayein = Zayein [kxk], Sinhmaw Mèpauk Karen = Karen-Yinbaw [kvu], Taungthu = Karen-Pa'o [blk], Yaungyo, Danaw = Danau [dnu], Kawn Swang Karens of Loi Lōng, Chingpaw or Kachin [kac], Asi or Szi, Lechi or Lashi [lsi], Maru, Pwun or Hpōn = Hpon [hpo], Ngachang or Ho Hsa = Ngochang [NOCODE_Ngochang], Lisaw or Yawyin = Lisu [lis], La-hu Law'hè or Mu Hsō = Lahu [lhu], Menghwa Lolo = Xishanba Lalo [ywt], Ming Ch'iang, Mahe, Lisu [lis], Mosso-Musu-Nachi, Lanten Yao, Siyin Chin = Chin-Siyin [csy], Haka Chin, Shonshe of Gangaw Chin, Yawdwin Chin = Chin-Mün [mwq], Yaungtha Chin, Chinbok Chin = Chin-Müün [mwq], Kadu = Kado [kdv], Akha or Kaw = Akha [ahk], Akö tribe Kengtung State = Akeu [aeu], Muhsö tribe known as Lahuna Kengtung State = Lahu [lhu], Lahu Hsi (tribe called Kwi by the Shans) = Lahu Shi [lhi], Lihsaw tribe Kengtung State, Wa Kengtung State, Palaung tribe Kengtung State (call themselves Darāng), En tribe Kengtung State (Waic) = Tai Loi [tlq], Hsen Hsum Kengtung State (call themselves A-Mok) = Mok [mqt], Hill tribe of Möng Lwe district Kengtung State = Tai Loi [tlq], Pyen-Pyin-Kengtung-Southern Shan States = Pyen [pyy], Tribe known as Hka-La by the Shans (call themselves Āng-kú) = Kon Keu = Hu according so Sidwell 2015:9 = Hu [huo], Tai Loi = Tai Loi [tlq], Son tribe Kengtung State (Waic) = Tai Loi [tlq]},
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