Proper names

Three recordings in which Mr Khamchaq Kimsing and Mr Ninshom Chena provide information about the earlier names for Tangsa. This consists of the following three audio files: nst-kim_20141223_15_SM_H5_Khamchaq_TribeNames nst-kim_20141223_16_SM_H5_Ninshom_TribeNamesExplanation nst-kim_20141223_16_SM_H5_SubTribes The details of these recordings are as follows: nst-kim_20141223_15_SM_H5_Khamchaq_TribeName_Duration 4’39”, About the earlier names for Tangsa. Earlier there were two ways, just Naga and the names of each subtribe nst-kim_20141223_16_SM_H5_Ninshom_TribeNamesExplanation_Duration 1’37”, English translation about the original name Tangsa, how it was given by the British at the time of independence. Earlier the term Hiwe and Phowex were also not used nst-kim_20141223_16_SM_H5_SubTribes_Duration 5’17”, About the pairs of Tangsa peoples. Longchaq gave the first list, the Khamchaq gave, sometimes corrected
Three recordings in which Mr Khamchaq Kimsing and Mr Ninshom Chena provide information about the earlier names for Tangsa. This consists of the following three audio files: nst-kim_20141223_15_SM_H5_Khamchaq_TribeNames nst-kim_20141223_16_SM_H5_Ninshom_TribeNamesExplanation nst-kim_20141223_16_SM_H5_SubTribes The details of these recordings are as follows: nst-kim_20141223_15_SM_H5_Khamchaq_TribeName_Duration 4’39”, About the earlier names for Tangsa. Earlier there were two ways, just Naga and the names of each subtribe nst-kim_20141223_16_SM_H5_Ninshom_TribeNamesExplanation_Duration 1’37”, English translation about the original name Tangsa, how it was given by the British at the time of independence. Earlier the term Hiwe and Phowex were also not used nst-kim_20141223_16_SM_H5_SubTribes_Duration 5’17”, About the pairs of Tangsa peoples. Longchaq gave the first list, the Khamchaq gave, sometimes corrected
A recording in which Kamshey Chamchang introduces himself. This consists of the following sound file: SDM13-20111101-01_SM_T_Kamshey_Name.wav The details of this recording are as follows: SDM13-20111101-01_SM_T_Kamshey_Name.wav; Duration 0’19”; Giving his name and place of residence
A recording in which Kamshey Chamchang introduces himself. This consists of the following sound file: SDM13-20111101-01_SM_T_Kamshey_Name.wav The details of this recording are as follows: SDM13-20111101-01_SM_T_Kamshey_Name.wav; Duration 0’19”; Giving his name and place of residence
A recording in which Longkhap Yanger Thungwa explains about naming processes. This consists of the following sound file: SDM13-20111010-03_SM_T_Yanger_PersonalNames.wav The details of this recording are as follows: SDM13-20111010-03_SM_T_Yanger_PersonalNames.wav; Duration 2’58”; Longkhap Yanger Thungwa explains about naming processes. He is a member of the Thungwa clan, people from whom are found in Chamchang, Joglei and Buti groups. His father had told him that there were Thungwa people in 7 subtribes. Traditionally men were called thung²wa¹ and women thung²wi¹ (wi ‘grandmother’), but to avoid confusion his daughter has adopted the name Thungwa. His personal name is Long¹khap ‘bitter stone’. When he converted he was given the middle name Marang Yanger. ‘hard worker / builder’ which is an Ao name.
A recording in which Longkhap Yanger Thungwa explains about naming processes. This consists of the following sound file: SDM13-20111010-03_SM_T_Yanger_PersonalNames.wav The details of this recording are as follows: SDM13-20111010-03_SM_T_Yanger_PersonalNames.wav; Duration 2’58”; Longkhap Yanger Thungwa explains about naming processes. He is a member of the Thungwa clan, people from whom are found in Chamchang, Joglei and Buti groups. His father had told him that there were Thungwa people in 7 subtribes. Traditionally men were called thung²wa¹ and women thung²wi¹ (wi ‘grandmother’), but to avoid confusion his daughter has adopted the name Thungwa. His personal name is Long¹khap ‘bitter stone’. When he converted he was given the middle name Marang Yanger. ‘hard worker / builder’ which is an Ao name.

Citation

Stephen Donald Morey (2011 - 2014). Item "Proper names" in collection "Tangsa, Tai, Singpho in North East India". The Language Archive. https://hdl.handle.net/1839/dc22dd30-b26a-48c4-ba84-5a4a7e28bb5f. (Accessed 2024-04-24)

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