Tangsa

Recordings in the Chamchang variety of Tangsa (general name Kimsing) Chamchang is a variety of Tangsa spoken in Assam, Arunachal Pradesh and in Burma. Champang is one of the Pangwa Tangsa groups within India. Other Tangsa groups have different names for the Chamchang and the 'general name' is Kimsing. Champang recordings in this archive have the code nst-kim as the first element of their names. This coding contains the ISO639-3 code for all Tangsa languages (nst), in combination with an informal code for the Tangsa variety. Prior to 16th February 2012, our Chamchang recordings were named with the code SDM13. Tangsa is the name given in India to groups in both Changlang district of...
Recordings in the Champang variety of Tangsa (general name Thamphang). Champang is a variety of Tangsa spoken in Assam, Arunachal Pradesh and in Burma. Champang is one of the non-Pangwa Tangsa groups within India. Other Tangsa groups have different names for the Champang and the 'general name' is Thamphang. Champang recordings in this archive have the code nst-chg as the first element of their names. This coding contains the ISO639-3 code for all Tangsa languages (nst), in combination with an informal code for the Tangsa variety. Prior to 16th February 2012, our Champang recordings were named with the code SDM37. Tangsa is the name given in India to groups in both Changlang...
Recordings in the Cholim variety of Tangs (general name Tonglum) Cholim is a variety of Tangsa spoken in Assam, Arunachal Pradesh and in Burma. Cholim is one of the Pangwa Tangsa groups within India. Other Tangsa groups have different names for the Cholim, including Tilim and Tonglim and the 'general name' is Tonglum. Cholim recordings in this archive have the code nst-cho as the first element of their names. This coding contains the ISO639-3 code for all Tangsa languages (nst), in combination with an informal code for the Tangsa variety. Prior to 16th February 2012, our Cholim recordings were named with the code SDM12. Tangsa is the name given in India to groups in both Changlang...
Recordings in the Hahcheng variety of Tangsa Hahcheng is a variety of Tangsa spoken in Assam, Arunachal Pradesh and in Burma. Hahcheng is one of the non-Pangwa Tangsa groups within India. Other Tangsa groups have different names for the Hahcheng and the 'general name' is probably Hasang. Hahcheng recordings in this archive have the code nst-hah as the first element of their names. This coding contains the ISO639-3 code for all Tangsa languages (nst), in combination with an informal code for the Tangsa variety. Prior to 16th February 2012, our Hahcheng recordings were named with the code SDM29. Tangsa is the name given in India to groups in both Changlang district of Arunachal...
Recordings in the Hawoi variety of Tangsa Hawoi is a variety of Tangsa spoken in Arunachal Pradesh. Hawoi is one of the non-Pangwa Tangsa groups within India. Other Tangsa groups have different names for the Hawoi and the 'general name' is Havi. Hawoi recordings in this archive have the code nst-haw as the first element of their names. This coding contains the ISO639-3 code for all Tangsa languages (nst), in combination with an informal code for the Tangsa variety. Prior to 16th February 2012, our Hawoi recordings were named with the code SDM33. Tangsa is the name given in India to groups in both Changlang district of Arunachal Pradesh and in Assam speaking languages of the...
Recordings in the Joglei variety of Tangsa. Joglei is a variety of Tangsa spoken in Assam and Arunachal Pradesh. Joglei is one of the Pangwa Tangsa groups within India. Other Tangsa groups have different names for the Joglei and the 'general name' is Jugly, also spelled Jogly. Some Joglei people said that correctly the name should be written Joklei, but due to assimilation the /k/ is realised as a voiced /g/. Joglei recordings in this archive have the code nst-jog as the first element of their names. This coding contains the ISO639-3 code for all Tangsa languages (nst), in combination with an informal code for the Tangsa variety. Prior to 16th February 2012, our Joglei recordings...
Recordings in the Khalak variety of Tangsa
Recordings in the Lochhang variety of Tangsa (general name Langching) Lochhang is a variety of Tangsa spoken in Assam, Arunachal Pradesh and in Burma. Lochhang is one of the Pangwa Tangsa groups within India. Other Tangsa groups have different names for the Lochhang and the 'general name' is Langching. Lochhang recordings in this archive have the code nst-loc as the first element of their names. This coding contains the ISO639-3 code for all Tangsa languages (nst), in combination with an informal code for the Tangsa variety. Prior to 16th February 2012, our Lochhang recordings were named with the code SDM15. Tangsa is the name given in India to groups in both Changlang district of...
Recordings in the Longri variety of Tangsa. Longri is a variety of Tangsa spoken in Assam, Arunachal Pradesh and in Burma. Longri is one of the Pangwa Tangsa groups within India. Longri recordings in this archive have the code nst-lon as the first element of their names. This coding contains the ISO639-3 code for all Tangsa languages (nst), in combination with an informal code for the Tangsa variety. Prior to 16th February 2012, our Longri recordings were named with the code SDM22. Tangsa is the name given in India to groups in both Changlang district of Arunachal Pradesh and in Assam speaking languages of the Northern Naga also known as Konyak group within the Tibeto-Burman language family...
Recordings in the Lungkhe variety of Tangsa Lungkhe is a variety of Tangsa spoken in Assam, Arunachal Pradesh and in Burma. Lungkhe is one of the Pangwa Tangsa groups within India. Lungkhe recordings in this archive have the code nst-lke as the first element of their names. This coding contains the ISO639-3 code for all Tangsa languages (nst), in combination with an informal code for the Tangsa variety. Prior to 16th February 2012, our Lungkhe recordings were named with the code SDM24. Tangsa is the name given in India to groups in both Changlang district of Arunachal Pradesh and in Assam speaking languages of the Northern Naga also known as Konyak group within the Tibeto-Burman language...
Recordings in the Maitai variety of Tangsa Maitai is a variety of Tangsa spoken in Assam, Arunachal Pradesh and in Burma. Maitai is one of the Pangwa Tangsa groups within India. Other Tangsa groups have different names for the Maitai.. Maitai recordings in this archive have the code nst-mai as the first element of their names. This coding contains the ISO639-3 code for all Tangsa languages (nst), in combination with an informal code for the Tangsa variety. Prior to 16th February 2012, our Maitai recordings were named with the code SDM17. Tangsa is the name given in India to groups in both Changlang district of Arunachal Pradesh and in Assam speaking languages of the Northern Naga also known...
Recordings in the Moshang variety of Tangsa Moshang is a variety of Tangsa spoken in Assam, Arunachal Pradesh and in Burma. Moshang is one of the Pangwa Tangsa groups within India. Other Tangsa groups have different names for the Moshang and the 'general name' is Mossang. In the orthography developed by Rev. Gam Win and others, the name of the variety is spelled Muexshaungx (where-x stands for a mid (level) tone). Moshang recordings in this archive have the code nst-mos as the first element of their names. This coding contains the ISO639-3 code for all Tangsa languages (nst), in combination with an informal code for the Tangsa variety. Prior to 16th February 2012, our Moshang...
Recordings in the Muklom variety of Tangsa (general name Moklum) Muklom is a variety of Tangsa spoken in Assam, Arunachal Pradesh and in Burma. Muklom is one of the non-Pangwa Tangsa groups within India. Other Tangsa groups have different names for the Muklom and the 'general name' is Moklum. Muklom recordings in this archive have the code nst-muk as the first element of their names. This coding contains the ISO639-3 code for all Tangsa languages (nst), in combination with an informal code for the Tangsa variety. Prior to 16th February 2012, our Muklom recordings were named with the code SDM31. Tangsa is the name given in India to groups in both Changlang district of Arunachal...
Linguistic Materials in the Mungray variety of Tangsa (general name Morang) Mungray is a variety of Tangsa spoken in Assam, Arunachal Pradesh and in Burma. Mungray is one of the non-Pangwa Tangsa groups within India. Other Tangsa groups have different names for the Mungray and the 'general name' is Morang. Mungray recordings in this archive have the code nst-mun as the first element of their names. This coding contains the ISO639-3 code for all Tangsa languages (nst), in combination with an informal code for the Tangsa variety. Prior to 16th February 2012, our Mungray recordings were named with the code SDM30. Tangsa is the name given in India to groups in both Changlang district...
Recordings in the Ngaimong variety of Tangsa. Ngaimong is a variety of Tangsa spoken in Assam, Arunachal Pradesh and in Burma. Ngaimong is one of the Pangwa Tangsa groups within India. Other Tangsa groups have different names for the Ngaimong, of which Ngemu, the Muklom name for Ngaimong, is very common. Ngaimong recordings in this archive have the code nst-ngm as the first element of their names. This coding contains the ISO639-3 code for all Tangsa languages (nst), in combination with an informal code for the Tangsa variety. Prior to 16th February 2012, our Champang recordings were named with the code SDM16. Some of our recordings use the code nst-nhs, where nhs refers to closely related...
Recordings in the Rera variety of Tangsa (general name Ronrang) Rera (also pronounced Ruera) is a variety of Tangsa spoken in Assam, Arunachal Pradesh and in Burma. Rera is one of the non-Pangwa Tangsa groups within India. Other Tangsa groups have different names for the Rera and the 'general name' is Ronrang. Rera recordings in this archive have the code nst-ron as the first element of their names. This coding contains the ISO639-3 code for all Tangsa languages (nst), in combination with an informal code for the Tangsa variety. Prior to 16th February 2012, our Rera recordings were named with the code SDM25. Tangsa is the name given in India to groups in both Changlang district of...