Talk:Adhola dialect

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« pa » infix[edit]

« The prefix dho means "language of". It can be attached to a nationality or speech community to imply the language of such a people. jo means "people of". The infix pa means possessive 'of'. Dhopadhola thus means the language spoken in Padhola. », etc.

Do we have to understand that Dhopadhola – dho-pa-Dhola – means language-of-Dhola ?

Budelberger (talk) 15:18, 16 January 2009 (UTC) (Flag of France.svg).