George A. Grierson 1906

George A. Grierson. 1906. Muṇḍā and Dravidian Languages. (Linguistic Survey of India, IV.) In Grierson, G.A. (ed.) Calcutta: Office of the Superintendent of Government Printing. 695pp.

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  address    = {Calcutta},
  author     = {George A. Grierson},
  editor     = {Grierson, G.A.},
  pages      = {695},
  publisher  = {Office of the Superintendent of Government Printing},
  series     = {Linguistic Survey of India},
  title      = {Muṇḍā and Dravidian Languages},
  volume     = {IV},
  year       = {1906},
  besttxt    = {ptxt2\eurasia\grierson_4-munda-dravidian1906_o.txt},
  fn         = {eurasia\grierson_4-munda-dravidian1906_o.pdf, eurasia\grierson_4-munda-dravidian1906.pdf},
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  inlg       = {English [eng]},
  lgcode     = {Munda: Santali = Santali [sat], Karmali or Kalha Santali = Santali [sat], Mahle Santali = Mahali [mjx], Mundari of Ranchi/Palaman/Jashpur/Bamra [unr], Bhumij [unr], Birhar = Birhor [biy], Koda [cdz], Ho = Ho [hoc], Turi [trd], Asur [asr], Manjhi = Majhwar [mmj], Korwa = Korwa [kfp], Ernga or Singli = Korwa [kfp], Kurku = Korku [kfq], Muwasi Kurku = Korku [kfq], Nahali [nll], Kharia [khr], Juang [jun], Savara = Sora [srb], Gadaba = Gadaba-Bodo [gbj], Dravidian: Tamil [tam], Korava or Yerukala of Belgaum (also Jamkhandi and Bijapur) = Yerukala [yeu], Kaikadi [kep], Burgandi = Kaikadi [kep], Malayalam = Malayalam [mal], Kanarese = Kannada [kan], Golari or Holiya = Holiya [hoy], Kurumba or pastoral Kurumvari of Chanda - Chanda district is far too north to be any of the Kurumba tribes of the Nilgiris so this is none of them = Kannada [kan], Badaga [bfq], Kurukh of Ranchi = Kurukh [kru], Kurukh of Singbhum = Kurukh [kru], Khendroi of Jashpur = Kurukh [kru], Kurukh of Sambalpur = Kurukh [kru], Kurukh of Pal Lahera = Kurux [kru], Kurukh of Bamra = Kisan = Kurux [kru], Kurukh of Bairkhol = Kurukh [kru], Kurukh of Bhagalpur = Kurukh [kru], Malto [mjt], Kui-Kandh-Khond = Kui [kxu], Kui Kalahandi = Kuvi [kxv], Gondi of Mandla = Gondi-Northern [gno], Gondi Chhindwara = Gondi-Northern [gno], Gondi Hoshangabad [gno], Gondi Betul [gno], Gondi Akola, Gondi Basim, Gondi Wun, Gondi Nagpur = Gondi-Northern [gno], Gondi Bhandara = Gondi-Northern [gno], Gondi Balaghat = Gondi-Northern [gno], Gondi Seoni = Gondi-Northern [gno], Gondi Khairagarh = Gondi-Northern [gno], Gondi Nandgaon, Gondi Raipur, Gondi Sarangarh, Gondi Patna, Gondi Kanker, Gondi Bastar, Gondi Chanda = Maria [mrr], Gondi Gattu/Gotte = Maria [mrr], Gondi Koi = Koya [kff], Parji Gondi = Duruwa [pci], Kolami district Wun = Kolami-Northwestern [kfb], Bhils of the Pusad Taluqa of Basim district = Naiki = Kolami-Southeastern [nit], Naiki = Kolami-Southeastern [nit], Telugu [tel], Komtau Telugu = Telugu [tel], Kamathi Telugu = Telugu [tel], Dasari = Telugu [tel], Beradi Telugu [tel], Vadari = Waddar [wbq], Brahui [brh], Semi-Dravidian: Ladhadi or Randhadi of Amraoti district (looks like an IE language) = Halbi [hlb], Bharia (an IE language close to Bundeli) = Bharia [bha]},
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Languages

Name in source Glottolog languoid
Munda: Santali
Karmali or Kalha Santali
Mahle Santali
Mundari of Ranchi/Palaman/Jashpur/Bamra
Bhumij
Birhar
Koda
Ho
Turi
Asur
Manjhi
Korwa
Ernga or Singli
Kurku
Muwasi Kurku
Nahali
Kharia
Juang
Savara
Gadaba
Dravidian: Tamil
Korava or Yerukala of Belgaum (also Jamkhandi and Bijapur)
Kaikadi
Burgandi
Malayalam
Kanarese
Golari or Holiya
Kurumba or pastoral Kurumvari of Chanda - Chanda district is far too north to be any of the Kurumba tribes of the Nilgiris so this is none of them
Badaga
Kurukh of Ranchi
Kurukh of Singbhum
Khendroi of Jashpur
Kurukh of Sambalpur
Kurukh of Pal Lahera
Kurukh of Bamra = Kisan
Kurukh of Bairkhol
Kurukh of Bhagalpur
Malto
Kui-Kandh-Khond
Kui Kalahandi
Gondi of Mandla
Gondi Chhindwara
Gondi Hoshangabad
Gondi Betul
Gondi Akola
    Gondi Basim
      Gondi Wun
        Gondi Nagpur
        Gondi Bhandara
        Gondi Balaghat
        Gondi Seoni
        Gondi Khairagarh
        Gondi Nandgaon
          Gondi Raipur
            Gondi Sarangarh
              Gondi Patna
                Gondi Kanker
                  Gondi Bastar
                    Gondi Chanda
                    Gondi Gattu/Gotte
                    Gondi Koi
                    Parji Gondi
                    Kolami district Wun
                    Bhils of the Pusad Taluqa of Basim district = Naiki
                    Naiki
                    Telugu
                    Komtau Telugu
                    Kamathi Telugu
                    Dasari
                    Beradi Telugu
                    Vadari
                    Brahui
                    Semi-Dravidian: Ladhadi or Randhadi of Amraoti district (looks like an IE language)
                    Bharia (an IE language close to Bundeli)