George A. Grierson 1909

George A. Grierson. 1909. Tibeto-Burman Family: General Introduction, Specimens of the Tibetan Dialects, the Himalayan Dialects, and the North Assam group. (Linguistic Survey of India, III(I).) Calcutta: Office of the Superintendent of Government Printing. 669pp.

@book{78648,
  address    = {Calcutta},
  author     = {George A. Grierson},
  pages      = {669},
  publisher  = {Office of the Superintendent of Government Printing},
  series     = {Linguistic Survey of India},
  title      = {Tibeto-Burman Family: General Introduction, Specimens of the Tibetan Dialects, the Himalayan Dialects, and the North Assam group},
  volume     = {III(I)},
  year       = {1909},
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  besttxt    = {ptxt\eurasia\grierson_3-i-tibeto-burman1909.txt},
  fn         = {eurasia\grierson_3-i-tibeto-burman1909_o.pdf, eurasia\grierson_3-i-tibeto-burman1909v2_o.pdf, eurasia\grierson_3-i-tibeto-burman1909.pdf},
  hhtype     = {overview;comparative;wordlist},
  inlg       = {English [eng]},
  lgcode     = {Balti [bft], Purik [prx], Leh Ladakhi [lbj], Lahul = Stod Bhoti [sbu], Central Tibetan = Bhotia [bod], Spiti [spt], Nyamkat on the upper course of the Satlej = Bhoti Kinnauri [nes], Jad [jda], Garhwal = Rongpo [rnp], Kagate = Kagate [syw], Sharpa = Sherpa [xsr], Danjong or Bhotia of Sikkim = Sikkimese [sip], Lhoke or Bhotia of Bhutan = Dzongkha [dzo], Khams [khg], Kami no data, Manjhi no data 900 people in Sikkim, Gurung, Murmi = Tamang-Western [tdg], Sunwar [suz], Magari based on Beames = Magar-Eastern [mgp], Newari = Kathmandu Valley Newari [new], Pahri = Pahari Newari [phj], Lepcha [lep], Toto [txo], Dhimal [dhi], Thami [thf], Limbu [lif], Yakha = Yakha [ybh], Khambu = Rai-Bahing = Bahing [bhj], Khambu-Balali = Meohang-Western [raf], Khambu-Sangpang = Sampang [rav], Khambu-Lohorong = Northern Lorung [lbr], Khambu-Lambichhong = Yakha [ybh], Khambu-Waling [wly], Khambu-Chhingtang = Chhintange [ctn], Khambu-Rungchhenbung = Bantawa [bap], Dungmali [raa], Rodong = Camling [rab], Nachhereng [ncd], Kulung = Kulung (Nepal) [kle], Thulung [tdh], Chouraśya = Wambule [wme], Khaling [klr], Dumi [dus], Rai Jimdar/Yakkha = Yakkha [ybh], Vayu = Wayu [vay], Chepang [cdm], Kusunda = Kusunda [kgg], Bhramu = Baraamu [brd], Thaksya = Thakali [ths], Kanawri based on Bailey = Kinnauri [kfk], Kanashi = Kanashi [xns], Manchati or Patni = Pattani [lae], Chamba Lahuli = Pattani [lae], Rangloi-Gondli-Tinan = Tinani [lbf], Bunan = Gahri [bfu], Rangkas or Saukiya Khum = Rangkas [rgk], Darmiya = Darmiya [drd], Chaudangsi = Chaudangsi [cdn], Byangsi [bee], Janggali = Raji = Rawat [jnl], Hrusso-Aka = Hruso [hru], Abor-Miri = Mising = Padam = Miri [mrg] and Dafla = Nyishi [njz], Chulikata Mishmi [mhu], Mishmi-Robinson-Needham = Digaru = Digaro-Mishmi [mhu], Miju = Miju-Mishmi [mxj]},
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Languages

Name in source Glottolog languoid
Balti
Purik
Leh Ladakhi
Lahul
Central Tibetan
Spiti
Nyamkat on the upper course of the Satlej
Jad
Garhwal
Kagate
Sharpa
Danjong or Bhotia of Sikkim
Lhoke or Bhotia of Bhutan
Khams
Kami no data
    Manjhi no data 900 people in Sikkim
      Gurung
        Murmi
        Sunwar
        Magari based on Beames
        Newari
        Pahri
        Lepcha
        Toto
        Dhimal
        Thami
        Limbu
        Yakha
        Khambu = Rai-Bahing
        Khambu-Balali
        Khambu-Sangpang
        Khambu-Lohorong
        Khambu-Lambichhong
        Khambu-Waling
        Khambu-Chhingtang
        Khambu-Rungchhenbung
        Dungmali
        Rodong
        Nachhereng
        Kulung
        Thulung
        Chouraśya
        Khaling
        Dumi
        Rai Jimdar/Yakkha
        Vayu
        Chepang
        Kusunda
        Bhramu
        Thaksya
        Kanawri based on Bailey
        Kanashi
        Manchati or Patni
        Chamba Lahuli
        Rangloi-Gondli-Tinan
        Bunan
        Rangkas or Saukiya Khum
        Darmiya
        Chaudangsi
        Byangsi
        Janggali = Raji
        Hrusso-Aka
        Abor-Miri = Mising = Padam = Miri and Dafla = Nyishi
        Chulikata Mishmi
        Mishmi-Robinson-Needham = Digaru
        Miju