|Region||Khotang district, Nepal|
|7,600 (2011 census)|
Dumi is a Kiranti language spoken in the area around the Tap and Rava rivers and their confluence in northern Khotang district, Nepal. It is spoken in the VDC's of Makpa, Jalapa, Baksila, Sapteshwor, and Kharmi (Ethnologue).
Dialects are Kharbari, Lamdija, and Makpa, with Makpa being the most divergent dialect (Ethnologue).
- van Driem, George. 1988. 'The verbal morphology of Dumi Rai simplicia', Linguistics of the Tibeto-Burman Area, 11 (1): 134-207.
- van Driem, George. 1989. 'Reflexes of the Tibeto-Burman *〈-t〉 directive suffix in Dumi Rai', pp. 157–167 in David Bradley, Eugénie Henderson and Martine Mazaudon, eds., Prosodic Analysis and Asian Linguistics: To Honour R.K. Sprigg. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.
- van Driem, George. 1993. A Grammar of Dumi. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
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