Singpho

Recordings in the Numhpuk variety of Singpho.
Recordings of the Turung variety of Singpho. Most of the recordings of the Turung variety made by Stephen Morey between 2003 and 2007 have been archived at ELAR Singpho is a language of the Boro-Konyak-Jingphaw subgroup within Tibeto Burman. There are four varieties in Indiia, according to the area (Hkawng) where people live, namely: Numphuk Hkawng, Tieng Hkawng, Diyun Hkawng and Turung Hkawng, Singpho recordings in this archive have the codes as follows Numhpuk (listed as SDM08- this archive) Diyun (listed as SDM09- in this archive) Tieng (listed as SDM10- in this ardhive) and Turung (listed as SDM07- in this archive) Recordings made after 16th February 2012 will have the following codes...

Citation

Stephen Donald Morey. (2008 - 2010). Item "Singpho" in collection "Tangsa, Tai, Singpho in North East India". The Language Archive. https://hdl.handle.net/1839/00-0000-0000-000D-E68F-2. (Accessed 2023-10-04)

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