Language name and location: Tangshang Naga, Myanmar [Refer to Ethnologue]

言名称和分布地区唐尚那加 (Shecyü 舍楚方言变体), 缅甸

 

1. ɐ̌.ɕɪ31

21.  ɹɔʔ.naj⁴² ɹɪ⁴² ɐ̆.ɕɪ³¹

2. ɐ̌.naj42

22.  ɹɔʔ.naj⁴² ɹɪ⁴² ɐ̆.naj⁴²

3. ɐ̌.ðɐm33

23.  ɹɔʔ.naj⁴² ɹɪ⁴² ɐ̌.ðɐm33

4. bɐ̌.laj42

24.  ɹɔʔ.naj⁴² ɹɪ⁴² bɐ̆.laj⁴²

5. bɐ̌.ŋɪ42

25.  ɹɔʔ.naj⁴² ɹɪ⁴² bɐ̆.ŋɪ⁴²

6. tɐ̌.ɹaᵒk

26.  ɹɔʔ.naj⁴² ɹɪ⁴² tɐ̆.ɹaᵒk

7. mɐ̌.ɕɪ33

27.  ɹɔʔ.naj⁴² ɹɪ⁴² mɐ̆.ɕɪ³³

8. tɐ̆.ȶat

28.  ɹɔʔ.naj⁴² ɹɪ⁴² tɐ̆.ȶat

9. tɐ̆.kɐᶤ³¹

29.  ɹɔʔ.naj⁴² ɹɪ⁴² tɐ̆.kɐᶤ³

10. ɹɔʔ.ɕɪ³¹

30.  ɹɔʔ.ðɐm³³

11. ɹɔʔ.ɕɪ³¹ ɹɪ⁴² ɐ̆.ɕɪ³¹

40.  ɹɔʔ.bɐ̆.laj⁴²

12. ɹɔʔ.ɕɪ³¹ ɹɪ⁴² ɐ̆.naj⁴²

50.  ɹɔʔ.bɐ̆.ŋɪ⁴²

13. ɹɔʔ.ɕɪ³¹ ɹɪ⁴² ɐ̌.ðɐm33

60.  ɹɔʔ.tɐ̆.ɹaᵒk

14. ɹɔʔ.ɕɪ³¹ ɹɪ⁴² bɐ̆.laj⁴²

70.  ɹɔʔ.mɐ̆.ɕɪ³³

15. ɹɔʔ.ɕɪ³¹ ɹɪ⁴² bɐ̆.ŋɪ⁴²

80.  ɹɔʔ.tɐ̆.ȶat

16. ɹɔʔ.ɕɪ³¹ ɹɪ⁴² tɐ̆.ɹaᵒk

90.  ɹɔʔ.tɐ̆.kɐᶤ³¹

17. ɹɔʔ.ɕɪ³¹ ɹɪ⁴² mɐ̆.ɕɪ³³

100. ɕɪ⁴².ɕɪ³¹

18. ɹɔʔ.ɕɪ³¹ ɹɪ⁴² tɐ̆.ȶat

200.  ɕɪ⁴².naj⁴², 500. ɕɪ⁴².bɐ̆.ŋɪ⁴²

19. ɹɔʔ.ɕɪ³¹ ɹɪ⁴² tɐ̆.kɐᶤ³

1000. ɦɪŋ³³.ɕɪ³¹

20. ɹɔʔ.naj⁴²

2000. ɦɪŋ³³.naj⁴²

 

Linguist providing data and dateː Mr. Khämlan Binkhäm, MA student, Department of  linguistics, Payap University, Chiangmai, Thailand. July 9 2018

提供资的语言学家: Mr. Khämlan Binkhäm, 2018 年 7 月 9 日.

 

Other comments: Tangshang Naga has a decimal system. The above data are from the Shecyü variety of Tangshang Naga of Naga Hills, Myanmar. Tangshang Naga belongs to the Tangsa Subgroup spoken in Naga Hills of Myanmar and of Chamchang in India, which are dialect of the same language. Shecyü is an undescribed Tase Naga varieties belonging to the Northern Naga branch of Tibeto-Burman spoken in Myanmar by around 1,000 speakers. Tangshang is a new ethnonym for various glossonyms, including Tangsa or Tase and any of their 22 subgroupings (Jay & Khan, 2010). Another Tangshang variety almost identical with Shecyü is Chamchang is India with 1,200 estimated speakers in Arunachal State.


Language name and location: Tangshang Naga, Myanmar [Refer to Ethnologue]

言名称和分布地区唐尚那加 (Mungre 蒙格勒方言变体), 缅甸

 

1. ɐ̌.ɕɪ31

21.  ɹɔʔ.naj⁴² ɹɛ²² ɐ̆.ɕɪ³¹

2. ɐ̌.naj22

22.  ɹɔʔ.naj⁴² ɹɛ²² ɐ̆.naj²²

3. ɐ̌.tsɐm33

23.  ɹɔʔ.naj⁴² ɹɛ²² ɐ̌.tsɐm33

4. bɐ̌.laj22

24.  ɹɔʔ.naj⁴² ɹɛ²² bɐ̆.laj⁴²

5. bɐ̌.ŋɐɪ22

25.  ɹɔʔ.naj⁴² ɹɛ²² bɐ̌.ŋɐɪ22

6. tɐ̌.ɹɐʲk

26.  ɹɔʔ.naj⁴² ɹɛ²² tɐ̌.ɹɐʲk

7. mɐ̌.ɕaj33

27.  ɹɔʔ.naj⁴² ɹɛ²² mɐ̌.ɕaj33

8. tɐ̆.ȶʰat

28.  ɹɔʔ.naj⁴² ɹɛ²² tɐ̆.ȶʰat

9. tɐ̆.kaᵒ³¹

29.  ɹɔʔ.naj⁴² ɹɛ²² tɐ̆.kaᵒ³¹ 

10. ɹɔʔ.ɕɪ³¹

30.  ɹɔʔ.ðɐm³³

11. ɹɔʔ.ɕɪ³¹ ɹɛ²² ɐ̆.ɕɪ³¹

40.  ɹɔʔ.bɐ̆.laj⁴²

12. ɹɔʔ.ɕɪ³¹ ɹɛ²² ɐ̆.naj²²

50.  ɹɔʔ.bɐ̌.ŋɐɪ22

13. ɹɔʔ.ɕɪ³¹ ɹɛ²² ɐ̌.tsɐm33

60.  ɹɔʔ.tɐ̌.ɹɐʲk

14. ɹɔʔ.ɕɪ³¹ ɹɛ²² bɐ̆.laj²²

70.  ɹɔʔ.mɐ̌.ɕaj33

15. ɹɔʔ.ɕɪ³¹ ɹɛ²² bɐ̌.ŋɐɪ22

80.  ɹɔʔ.tɐ̆.ȶʰat

16. ɹɔʔ.ɕɪ³¹ ɹɛ²² tɐ̌.ɹɐʲk

90.  ɹɔʔ.tɐ̆.kaᵒ³¹ 

17. ɹɔʔ.ɕɪ³¹ ɹɛ²² mɐ̌.ɕaj33

100. ɕɪ²².ɕɪ³¹

18. ɹɔʔ.ɕɪ³¹ ɹɛ²² tɐ̆.ȶʰat

200.  ɕɪ²².naj⁴², 500. ɕɪ²².bɐ̌.ŋɐɪ22

19. ɹɔʔ.ɕɪ³¹ ɹɛ²² tɐ̆.kaᵒ³¹

1000. ɦɪŋ³³.ɕɪ³¹

20. ɹɔʔ.naj⁴²

2000. ɦɪŋ³³.naj⁴²

 

Linguist providing data and dateː Mr. Khämlan Binkhäm, MA student, Department of  linguistics, Payap University, Chiangmai, Thailand. July 9 2018

提供资的语言学家: Mr. Khämlan Binkhäm, 2018 年 7 月 9 日.

 

Other comments: Tangshang Naga has a decimal system. The above data are from the Mungre variety of Tangshang Naga of Naga Hills, Myanmar. Tangshang Naga belongs to the Tangsa Subgroup spoken in Naga Hills of Myanmar and of Chamchang in India, which are dialect of the same language.


Language name and location: Hakhun Tangsa, India [Refer to Ethnologue]

言名称和分布地区哈昆唐萨那加, 印度

 

1. mɤ3tʰe1

21.  roʔ1ni1 3tʰe1

2. mɤ3ni1

22.  roʔ1ni1 3ni1

3. mɤ3rum3

22.  roʔ1ni1 3rum3

4. bə3li3

24.  roʔ1ni1 3li3

5. ba3ŋa3

25.  roʔ1ni1 ba3ŋa3

6. i2roʔ2

26.  roʔ1ni1 i2roʔ2

7. i2ŋat1

27.  roʔ1ni1 i2ŋat1

8. i2sat2

28.  roʔ1ni1 i2sat2

9. i2kʰu1

29.  roʔ1ni1 i2kʰu1

10. i2cʰi3

30.  roʔ1rum3

11. i2cʰi3 3tʰe1

40.  roʔ13li3

12. i2cʰi3 3ni1

50.  roʔ11ŋa3

13. i2cʰi3 3rum3

60.  roʔ1i2roʔ2

14. i2cʰi3 3li3

70.  roʔ1i2ŋat1

15. i2cʰi3 ba3ŋa3

80.  roʔ1i2sat2

16. i2cʰi3 i2roʔ2

90.  roʔ1i2kʰu1

17. i2cʰi3 i2ŋat1

100.  ca2tʰe1

18. i2cʰi3 i2sat2

200.  ca2ni1

19. i2cʰi3 i2kʰu1

1000. hɤi3tʰe1

20. roʔ1ni1

2000.  hɤi3ni1

 

Linguist providing data and dateː Mr. Krishna Boro, PhD Student, Dept. of Linguistics, University of Oregon, Eugene, USA. May 2, 2013

供资料的语言学家: Mr. Krishna Boro, 2013 年 5 月 2 日.

 

Other comments: The above data are from the Hakhun Tangsa variety of Tase of Assam, India. Tangsa has at least 32 varieties.


Language name and location: Chamchang (Kimsing) Naga, India [Refer to Ethnologue]

言名称和分布地区詹昌那加 (金星那加), 印度

 

1. a3ʃi1

21. 

2. a1nai3

22.  

3. a3θam2

22. 

4. bəlai3

24.  

5. bəŋi3

25.  

6. tərok

26.  

7. məʃi2

27.  

8. tətɕat2

28.  

9. təkaɯ2

29.  

10. roʔ(ʃi1)

30. 

11.

40. 

12.  

50. 

13.

60. 

14.

70. 

15.

80. 

16.

90. 

17.

100.  ʃi2 (ʃi1)

18.

200. 

19.

1000. h2

20.

2000. 

 

Linguist providing data and dateː Dr. Stephen Morey, Dept. of Linguistics, La Trobe University, Australia, May 1, 2013.

供资料的语言学家: Dr. Stephen Morey, 2013 年 5 月 1 日.

 

Other comments: Tangsa Naga has a decimal system. The data is from the Chamchang or Kimsing variety of Tangsa in Northeast India. Tangsa languages mainly have three tones on open syllables.


Language name and location: Cholim Naga (Tangsa), India [Refer to Ethnologue]

言名称和分布地区楚林那加, 印度

 

1. βe4si1

21.  ro1ni2 re3 βe4si1

2. βe4ni2

22.  ro1ni2 re3 βe4ni2

3. βe4dim2

22.  ro1ni2 re3 βe4dim2

4. bɤli2

24.  ro1ni2 re3 bɤli2

5. ba1ŋe2

25.  ro1ni2 re3 ba1ŋe2

6. 2ruk1

26.  ro1ni2 re3 2ruk1

7. meʔ2si1

27.  ro1ni2 re3 meʔ2si1

8. cʰɤt1

28.  ro1ni2 re3 cʰɤt1

9. təku3

29.  ro1ni2 re3 təku3

10. ro1si1

30.  ro1dim2

11. ro1si1 re3 βe4si1

40.  ro11li

12. ro1si1 re3 βe4ni2

50.  ro1ba1ŋe2

13. ro1si1 re3 βe4dim2

60.  ro12ruk1

14. ro1si1 re3 bɤli2

70.  ro1meʔ2si1

15. ro1si1 re3 ba1ŋe2

80.  ro1cʰɤt1

16. ro1si1 re3 2ruk1

90.  ro1təku3

17. ro1si1 re3 meʔ2si1

100.  xe2si1

18. ro1si1 re3 cʰɤt1

200.  xe2ni2

19. ro1si1 re3 təku3

1000. hiŋ2si1

20. ro1ni1

2000.  hiŋ2ni2     10,000. mun2si1

 

Linguist providing data and dateː Dr. Stephen Morey, Dept. of Linguistics, La Trobe University, Australia, September 17, 2009.

供资料的语言学家: Dr. Stephen Morey, 2009 年 9 月 17 日.

 

Other comments: The above data are taken from the Cholim or Ngaimong variety of Tangsa Naga. In this variety, 1st tone is mid-high level with some glottal constriction; 2nd tone is low falling and 3rd tone is high falling. In citation the numerals for '2' and '3' were pronounced with rising tones.


Language name and location: Mueshaungx Naga (Tangsa), India [Refer to Ethnologue]

言名称和分布地区穆雄赫那加 (Moshang Naga), 印度

 

1. əʃi1

21.  roknɯ3 ra3 əʃi1

2. ənɯi3

22.  roknɯ3 ra3 ənɯi3

3. əθɤm2

22. 

4. bəli3

24.  

5. bəŋa3

25.  

6. təruk

26.  

7. məʃi2

27.  

8. tətɕət

28.  

9. təkɣi1

29.  

10. rokʃi1

30. rokθɤm2

11. rokʃi1 ra3 əʃi1

40. rokbəli3

12. rokʃi1 ra3 ənɯi3

50. rokŋa3

13.

60. 

14.

70. 

15.

80. 

16.

90. 

17.

100.  ʃa³ʃi1, 101.  ʃa³ʃi1 ra3 əʃi1

18.

200. 

19.

1000. h3ʃi1

20. roknɯ3

2000. 

 

Linguist providing data and dateː Dr. Stephen Morey, Department of Linguistics, La Trobe University, Australia, May 1, 2013.

供资料的语言学家: Dr. Stephen Morey, 2013 年 5 月 1 日.

 

Other comments: Mueshaungx (Moshang) Naga has a decimal system. The above data are from the Mueshaungx variety of Tangsa in Northeast India. Tangsa languages mainly have three tones on open syllables.


                            

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