|Region||Dhankuta District, Nepal|
|Ethnicity||5,000 (2011 census?)|
|3,700 (2011 census)|
Chintang (Chintang: छिन्ताङ् Chintāṅ / Chhintang) is an eastern Kiranti language spoken by 5,000 to 6,000 people in Chhintang and Ahale VDC's of Dhankuta District, Koshi Zone, Nepal. Dialects are Mulgaun and Sambhugaon.
Bickel, Balthasar, G. Banjade, M. Gaenszle, E. Lieven, N. P. Paudyal, & I. Purna Rai et al. (2007). Free prefix ordering in Chintang. Language, 83 (1), 43–73.
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