Thulung language

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Thulung
Region Nepal, India
Native speakers
21,000 in Nepal (2011 census)[1]
Sino-Tibetan
Language codes
ISO 639-3 tdh
Glottolog thul1246[2]

Thulung is a Kiranti language spoken in parts of Nepal and Sikkim. It is also known as Thulunge Rai, Thulu Luwa, Thulung La, Thulung Jemu, Toaku Lwa. Total population: 33,313.[citation needed]

Thulung language[edit]

? food, rice
? curry
? people
? grandfather
? grandmother
? Father
Aama mother
nana elder sister
? little sister
? Aunt elder to dad
? Uncle Elder to Dad
? Uncle younger to Dad
Bubu Elder Brother
? Younger Brother
? solti
? soltini
? Brothers children Son/ Daughter
? Mother's Brother
? money
? cloths
? water
? fire
? Cup
? flour
? Millet
? locally brew wine
saa meat

Geographical distribution[edit]

Thulung is spoken in the following locations of Nepal, most of which are located in Sagarmatha Zone (Ethnologue).

References[edit]

  1. ^ Thulung at Ethnologue (18th ed., 2015)
  2. ^ Hammarström, Harald; Forkel, Robert; Haspelmath, Martin, eds. (2017). "Thulung". Glottolog 3.0. Jena, Germany: Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History. 


  • Nishi 西, Yoshio 義郎 (1989c). "トゥルン語" [Thulung, Thulunge, Thulungye, (LSI) Thūlung, Thulung Rai; Deusali]. In 亀井 Kamei, 孝 Takashi; 河野 Kōno, 六郎 Rokurō; 千野 Chino, 栄一 Eichi. 三省堂言語学大辞典 The Sanseido Encyclopaedia of Linguistics (in Japanese). 2. Tokyo: 三省堂 Sanseido Press. pp. 1269a–1278b. ISBN 4385152160. 

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