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ISO 639-3: nst

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Other known names and dialect names: Aasen, Asen, Awla, Awlay, Bongtai, Bote, Butay, Cham Chang, Chamchang, Chamkok, Champhang, Changwan, Chawang, Cholim, Chumnyu, Chumsa, Chuyo, Dongai, Donghee, Dongi, Gachung, Gaha, Gakat, Gakhi, Gakhun, Galawn, Galun, Gaman, Gaqchan, Gashan, Gawkchung, Hacheng, Hachi, Hachum, Haimi, Hakhii, Hakhü, Hakhun, Hakyai, Halum, Haman, Hansin, Hapaw, Hasik, Hatse, Have, Havoy, Hawa, Heimi, Henchin, Hewa, Higsho, Higtsii, Hkalak, Hokuq, Hteinpa, Jöngi, Jugli, Kaisan, Kawlum, Khalak, Khemsing, Kimsing, Kochong, Kon, Kotlum, Kum Ga, Kumga, Kumka, Kuwa, Kyawan, Kyetsan, Laju, Lakai, Lakki, Lama, Lanchein, Langshin, Lochang, Longkhai, Longkhi, Longphi, Lonyung, Lulum, Lumnu, Lungchang, Lungkhi, Lungri, Maihku, Maimong, Maitai, Mawrang, Mawshang, Meitei, Miku, Mitay, Miti, Moklum, Morang, Mosang, Moshang, Mungray, Mungre, Tase Naga, Nahen, Nahim, Nahin, Ngaimau, Ngaimong, Ngemu, Nokpa, Nukpa, Pangmi, Pangwa, Pingku, Poerah, Ponthai, Pyengoo, Ranchi, Rangchein, Rangkhu, Rangpan, Rangpang, Ranu, Raqsa, Rara, Rasa, Rera, Riha, Ringkhu, Rongrang, Ronrang, Sanching, Sangche, Sangtai, Sangwal, Sanke, Sansik, Sawkrang, Sechu, Shaekjeng, Shaekyeu, Shangchein, Shangge, Shangthi, Shangti, Shangwal, Shangwan, Shaukra, Shawvel, Shechu, Sheiknyo, Shekyü, Shograng, Shokra, Siknyo, Sikpo, Taipi, Tamko, Tangrim, Tangsa, Tangshang, Tangwa, Tasey, Tawkay, Tawlum, Thamkok, Thamphang, Tikhak, Toke, Tonglim, Tulim, Tulum, Tutsa, Wakka, Wanga, Wanggu, Wangoo, Yangno, Yasa, Yawngkon, Yogli, Yongkon, Yongkuk, Yukok

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Primary texts

  1. ONLINERecordings made on M-Audio Microtrack 24/96 Solid State Recorder, January 2007. Stephen Morey (compiler); Stephen Morey (researcher). 2007. Pacific And Regional Archive for Digital Sources in Endangered Cultures (PARADISEC). oai:paradisec.org.au:SDM11-2007
  2. ONLINERecordings made on M-Audio Microtrack 24/96 Solid State Recorder, January 2007. Stephen Morey (compiler); Stephen Morey (researcher). 2007. Pacific And Regional Archive for Digital Sources in Endangered Cultures (PARADISEC). oai:paradisec.org.au:SDM12-2007
  3. ONLINERecordings made on M-Audio Microtrack 24/96 Solid State Recorder, February 2007. Stephen Morey (compiler); Stephen Morey (researcher). 2007. Pacific And Regional Archive for Digital Sources in Endangered Cultures (PARADISEC). oai:paradisec.org.au:SDM13-2007
  4. ONLINERecordings made on M-Audio Microtrack 24/96 Solid State Recorder, February 2007. Stephen Morey (compiler); Stephen Morey (researcher). 2007. Pacific And Regional Archive for Digital Sources in Endangered Cultures (PARADISEC). oai:paradisec.org.au:SDM14-2007

Language descriptions

  1. ONLINEGlottolog 2.7 Resources for Tase Naga. n.a. 2015. Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History. oai:glottolog.org:tase1235
  2. ONLINEPHOIBLE Online phonemic inventories for Tase Naga. n.a. 2014. Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology. oai:phoible.org:nst
  3. ONLINEWALS Online Resources for Jugli. n.a. 2008. Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology. oai:wals.info:jug
  4. ONLINEWALS Online Resources for Lungchang. n.a. 2008. Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology. oai:wals.info:lun

Other resources about the language

  1. ONLINEJugli Language Guide. Rekhung, Winlang. 1988. Directorate of Research, Government of Arunachal Pradesh. oai:refdb.wals.info:3249
  2. ONLINELungchang Language Guide. Rekhung, Winlang. 1988. Directorate of Research, Govt. of Arunachal Pradesh. oai:refdb.wals.info:3250
  3. ONLINENaga, Tase: a language of Myanmar. n.a. 2013. SIL International. oai:ethnologue.com:nst
  4. ONLINELINGUIST List Resources for Naga, Tase. Damir Cavar, Director of Linguist List (editor); Malgorzata E. Cavar, Director of Linguist List (editor). 2016-09-25. The LINGUIST List (www.linguistlist.org). oai:linguistlist.org:lang_nst

Other known names and dialect names: Aasen, Asen, Awla, Awlay, Bongtai, Bote, Butay, Cham Chang, Chamchang, Chamkok, Champhang, Changwan, Chawang, Cholim, Chumnyu, Chumsa, Chuyo, Dongai, Donghee, Dongi, Gachung, Gaha, Gakat, Gakhi, Gakhun, Galawn, Galun, Gaman, Gaqchan, Gashan, Gawkchung, Hacheng, Hachi, Hachum, Haimi, Hakhii, Hakhü, Hakhun, Hakyai, Halum, Haman, Hansin, Hapaw, Hasik, Hatse, Have, Havoy, Hawa, Heimi, Henchin, Hewa, Higsho, Higtsii, Hkalak, Hokuq, Hteinpa, Jöngi, Jugli, Kaisan, Kawlum, Khalak, Khemsing, Kimsing, Kochong, Kon, Kotlum, Kum Ga, Kumga, Kumka, Kuwa, Kyawan, Kyetsan, Laju, Lakai, Lakki, Lama, Lanchein, Langshin, Lochang, Longkhai, Longkhi, Longphi, Lonyung, Lulum, Lumnu, Lungchang, Lungkhi, Lungri, Maihku, Maimong, Maitai, Mawrang, Mawshang, Meitei, Miku, Mitay, Miti, Moklum, Morang, Mosang, Moshang, Mungray, Mungre, Tase Naga, Nahen, Nahim, Nahin, Ngaimau, Ngaimong, Ngemu, Nokpa, Nukpa, Pangmi, Pangwa, Pingku, Poerah, Ponthai, Pyengoo, Ranchi, Rangchein, Rangkhu, Rangpan, Rangpang, Ranu, Raqsa, Rara, Rasa, Rera, Riha, Ringkhu, Rongrang, Ronrang, Sanching, Sangche, Sangtai, Sangwal, Sanke, Sansik, Sawkrang, Sechu, Shaekjeng, Shaekyeu, Shangchein, Shangge, Shangthi, Shangti, Shangwal, Shangwan, Shaukra, Shawvel, Shechu, Sheiknyo, Shekyü, Shograng, Shokra, Siknyo, Sikpo, Taipi, Tamko, Tangrim, Tangsa, Tangshang, Tangwa, Tasey, Tawkay, Tawlum, Thamkok, Thamphang, Tikhak, Toke, Tonglim, Tulim, Tulum, Tutsa, Wakka, Wanga, Wanggu, Wangoo, Yangno, Yasa, Yawngkon, Yogli, Yongkon, Yongkuk, Yukok

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