|Region||Arunachal Pradesh, India|
|Native speakers||3,000, including Levai (2007)|
Hruso, also known as Aka or Angka, is a language of Arunachal Pradesh in India. Long assumed to be a Tibeto-Burman language, it may actually be a language isolate. Hruso speakers are concentrated mostly in Thrizino Circle, West Kameng District (Blench & Post 2011:6).
Ləvai (Bangru), spoken on the Tibetan border, might be related to Hruso (Blench & Post 2011:6).
Simon (1993:i) lists the following 17 Aka villages in the south-central Kameng region of Arunachal Pradesh.
- Major villages
- Jamiri (Aka name: Khovatsun)
- Buragaon (Holbro)
- Other villages
- Hruso reference at Ethnologue (17th ed., 2013)
- Blench, Roger; Post, Mark (2011), (De)classifying Arunachal languages: Reconstructing the evidence
- Simon, I.M. 1993. Aka language guide. Itanagar: Government of Arunachal Pradesh.
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