Muangphe is a Lolo–Burmese language spoken by the Yi people of China.
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Mango is a Lolo–Burmese language spoken by the Yi people of China.
Manga is a Lolo–Burmese language spoken by the Yi people of China.
Lu or Luren (卢人) is a recently discovered language of China. The languages of the Lu and Longjia people may be closely related to Caijia which in turn appears to […]
Longjia is a recently discovered language of China that appears to be related to Bai which has been difficult to classify.Almost all Longjia now speak Southwestern Mandarin though they used […]
Tagin (Tagen) also known as West Dafla and Bangni (incl. Na) constitute a Tibetan–Burman language of India.Stuart Blackburn states that the 350 speakers of Mra have always been wrongly subsumed […]
The Gallo-Italic of Basilicata (Italian: Gallo-italico di Basilicata) is a group of Gallo-Italic dialects linguistic set of Romance languages found in southern Italy Basilicata that could date back to migrations […]
Castelmezzano and related isolated dialects of Basilicata in Italy or more precisely in the Province of Potenza differ from surrounding Lucanian dialects in having an Eastern Romance vocalism (the same […]
Efatese is an artificial mixed language of Efate Island in Vanuatu. There are half a dozen languages spoken on Efate of which the languages of North Efate and South Efate […]
Catuquinarú is an extinct and unclassified language of Brazil preserved in a few words collected by a Dr Bach and published in Church (1898). The name is a common derivative […]