Tibeto-Burman

   

 

TB - General (i.e., more than one TB language)

 

Adi

Anal

Angami

Ao (See also Yaongyimchen/Yacham)

Athpare

Bahing / Bayung

Balti (Sbalti, Baltistani, Bhotia of Baltistan)

Bantawa

Baram

Bayung (See Bahing)

Belhare

Bodo / Boro

Bodo-Konyak-Jinghpaw

Bujheli

Bumthang

Camling

Chang

Chantyal

Chepang

Chin

Chintang

Chote (see Bodo)

Chutiya / Jimosaya (Deuri)

Courase (includes Jero and Wambule)

Dhimal

Dimasa / Kachari

Dumi

Dungmali

Dzongkha

Garo

Gurung

Gyarung / Jyarung / Rgyalrong

Hayu

Herung

Hmar

Jero (see Courase)

Jingpho / Singpho

Jirel

Jyarung (see Gyarung)

Kamhau

Karbi / Mikir

Khaling

Kham

Khiamniungan

Kinnauri

Kokborok

Koireng (Liangmai Naga)

Konyak

Kulung

Kusunda (Banaraja, Myahak)

Ladakhi

Lahu

Lepcha

Lhomi

Limbu

Lisu

Lohorong

Lotha

Lushai - Hmar (Mizo)

Magar

Manange / Nyeshang

Manipuri (see Meithei)

Mao

Meithei / Manipuri / Meiteiron

Mewahang

Mikir (see Karbi)

Mishmi (includes Digaru, Miju, Meyor-Zakhring)

Naga (see Ao, Bodo-Konyak-Jinghpaw, Mao,

       Tangkhul

Nar-Phu

Newari (Nepal Bhasa)

Nocte

Phom

Puma

Rabha

Raji / Rawti

Rawang

Rygalrong (see Gyarung)

Seke (see Tangbe)

Sema

Sharchokpa - See Tshangla

Sherpa

Sunwar (Koints)

Tamang

Tangbe (Seke, Sekai)

Tangkhul

Tangsa

Tani Dialects (Apatani, Mirish, Gal(ng))

Thado / Thadou

Thakali

Thangmi

Thulung

Tibetan (includes Tabo/Spiti, Lhasa, Kagate)

Tilung

Tiwa / Lalung

Tshangla (Sharchokpa)

Wambule (see Courase)

Yakkha

Yamphe

Yamphu

Yaongyimchen / Yacham (See also Ao)