Gserpa language

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Gserpa
Native toChina
RegionSichuan
Native speakers
ca. 1000? (2005)[1]
Language codes
ISO 639-3None (mis)
GlottologNone

Gserpa (Wylie: gser pa) is an eastern Tibetic language of Sichuan. It is spoken by a few hundred or thousand people in Sêrba (Tibetan:གསེར་པ་; Wylie: gser pa; Tibetan pinyin: Sêrba; Chinese: 色尔坝; pinyin: Sè'ěrbà) District, Sêrtar County, Sichuan, China and is different from the Amdo Tibetan language, the dominant Tibetan language in the surrounding region.[1][2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b N. Tournadre (2005) "L'aire linguistique tibétaine et ses divers dialectes." Lalies, 2005, n°25, p. 7–56 [1]
  2. ^ Sun, Jackson Tianshin. 2006. "Special Linguistic Features of gSerpa Tibetan." In Linguistics of the Tibeto-Burman Area, 29, no. 1: 107-126.