Language name and location: Zakhring (Meyor), India, China [Refer to Ethnologue]

言名称和分布地区扎卡岭 () , 印度 ( Zakhring /Zha ), 中国

 

1. tɕiək⁵³

21.   ni⁵³ɕut⁵⁵ tsɑ⁵⁵ tɕik⁵³

2. ni⁵⁵

22.   ni⁵⁵ɕut⁵⁵ tsɑ⁵⁵ ni⁵⁵

3. som⁵⁵

23.   ni⁵⁵ɕut⁵⁵ tsɑ⁵⁵ som⁵⁵ 

4. ʐɯ⁵⁵

24.   ni⁵⁵ɕut⁵⁵ tsɑ⁵⁵ ʐɯ⁵⁵

5. ŋɑ⁵⁵

25.   ni⁵⁵ɕut⁵⁵ tsɑ⁵⁵ ŋɑ⁵⁵    

6. tʂok⁵³

26.   ni⁵⁵ɕut⁵⁵ tsɑ⁵⁵ tʂok⁵³

7. dɯŋ⁵⁵

27.   ni⁵⁵ɕut⁵⁵ tsɑ⁵⁵ dɯŋ⁵⁵

8. dʑət⁵⁵

28.   ni⁵⁵ɕut⁵⁵ tsɑ⁵⁵ tɕe⁵⁵  

9. ɡə⁵⁵

29.   ni⁵⁵ɕut⁵⁵ tsɑ⁵⁵ ke⁵⁵ 

10. tʃy⁵⁵

30.   səm³¹tʃy⁵⁵  < Tibetan

11. tɕoːi⁵⁵tɕiə⁵³  < Tibetan 

40.   jʷi⁵³ tɕy⁵⁵ < Tibetan

12. tɕy⁵³ni⁵⁵

50.   ŋɑp⁵⁵ tɕy⁵⁵ < Tibetan

13. tɕəˀ⁵³səŋ⁵⁵

60.   tʂək⁵⁵tɕy⁵⁵< Tibetan

14. tɕy⁵³jʷi⁵⁵

70.   dian⁵³tɕy⁵⁵  < Tibetan 

15. tɕan⁵³ŋɑ⁵⁵

80.   dzə⁵³tɕy⁵⁵< Tibetan 

16. tɕy³¹tʂək⁵³

90.   kəp⁵³tɕy⁵⁵< Tibetan 

17. tɕyp³¹tun⁵⁵ 

100. dʑa⁵³,  101. ndʑa⁵³ tə⁵⁵ mail³⁵ tɕik⁵⁵ 

18. tɕyp⁵³dʑə⁵⁵  

200. ni⁵⁵ dʑa⁵³, 400. ʐɯ⁵⁵ dʑa⁵³

19. tɕəːi⁵³ɡu⁵⁵

1000. toŋ⁵⁵ kə³¹mou⁵⁵

20. ni⁵⁵tʃy⁵⁵ < Tibetan  

2000. toŋ⁵⁵ niŋ⁵⁵mou⁵⁵, 10,000. ʂi⁵⁵ kə³¹mou⁵⁵

 

Linguist providing data and dateː Prof. Li Da-qin, School of Chinese Ethnic Minority Languages and Literature, Faculty of Literature and Law, Communication University of China, Beijing, China.  December 20, 2018.

Referenceː 1991, 宗晓哲( Zong Xiao-zhe),刘洁(Liu Jie),李大勤(Li Da-qin)

Studies in Languages and Linguistics (语言研究 )

供资料的语言学家: 李大勤教授, 北京传媒大学人文学院, 2018 年 12 月 20 日.

 

Other comments: Songgu Zakhring dialect is one of the regional varieties of the Zakhring language spoken by the Tibetans living in some of the villages of Lower Chayu Township, Chayu County, in the Tibetan Autonomous Region, China by about 300 speakers. Zakhring is a mixed language with basic vocabulary similar to that of Geman Deng, but cultural vocabulary is similar to that of the Kham dialect of Tibetan. Zakhring has a decimal system.  


Language name and location: Zakhring (Meyor), India, China [Refer to Ethnologue]

言名称和分布地区扎卡岭 () , 印度 ( Zakhring /Zha ) 中国

 

1. čiɡ

21.  

2. ni

22.  

3. sum

23.  

4. ʃi

24.  

5. ŋɑ

25. 

6. tʴuɡ

26.  

7. dɨn

27.  

8. dʒet

28.  

9. ɡu

29.  

10. ču

30.  

11.

40.  

12. 

50.  

13. 

60. 

14. 

70.  

15. 

80.  

16. 

90.  

17. 

100. dʒɑ

18. 

200. 

19.

1000. 

20. niʃu

2000. 

 

Linguist providing data and dateː Ms. Lisa Lomdak, de-registered PhD scholar, Arunachal Institute of Tribal Studies, Rajiv Gandhi University, India. August 27, 2018.

供资料的语言学家: Ms. Lisa Lomdak, 2018 年 8 月 27 日.

 

Other comments: Zakhring (Meyor) has a decimal system. Victor Landi, Language Officer of Directorate of  Research was the first one to record Meyor data. However he is not a linguist but must have received some training.   our institute known as Arunachal Institute of Tribal studies (AITS), Rajiv Gandhi University  recorded Meyor data in collaboration with Prof J P Tamuli (Co Chair, NEILS conference) and his team from Gauhati University, Assam. The outcome of which I have shared as it was transcribed by me. There are inconsistencies in transcriptions as the native speakers only know the oral forms of the words and getting competent speakers with in-depth knowledge was difficult. So, the pronunciations vary. It must be helpful to know that the other contact language of the Meyor is the Miju ( Keman) Mishmi. 


Language name and location: Zakhring (Meyor), India, China [Refer to Ethnologue]

言名称和分布地区扎卡岭 () , 印度 ( Zakhring /Zha ) 中国

 

1. chak  / chek 

21.  nichu cha check 

2. ni 

22.  nichu chani

3. some 

23.  nichu cha som

4. jee 

24.  nichu chajee

5. nga 

25.  nichu changa

6. trok 

26.  nichu chatrok, nichu chathu

7. dèn  / dun / dan

27.  nichu cha dan

8. zat 

28.  nichu cha zat

9. ɡu

29.  nichu cha gu

10. chu 

30.  somju [somdʒu]

11. chok chek / chok chik / chuk chik

40.  yupchu, yopchu

12. chuni

50.  ngachu 

13. chok-som / chuksom

60.  trok-chu 

14. chu-jee 

70.  dèchu, danchu 

15. changa

80.  zat chu 

16. chap-trok

90.  gup chu 

17. chup-dem / chopdan

100. ja 

18. chu-zat, chopzat

200. ni-ja / nip ja 

19. chu-gu, churgu 

1000. tung-tak 

20. nisu, nichu

2000. 

 

Linguist providing data and dateː  

Sourceː Victor Landi. The Meyors and their Language. Directorate of Research, Government of Arunchanal Pradesh, Itanagar -2005

供资料的语言学家:

 

Other comments:  Zakhring (Meyor) has a decimal system.


                            

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