Turi is an endangered Munda language of India that is closely related to Santali. It is spoken by only half a percent of ethnic Turi, the rest having shifted to Sadri in Jharkhand, Mundari in West Bengal, and Odia in Odisha.
Osada (1991) lists the following locations where Turi is spoken.
- Jharkhand (pop. 133,137 as of 1981; then part of Bihar)
- Madhya Pradesh
- West Bengal (pop. 26,443 as of 1981)
- Odisha (pop. 7,374 as of 1981)
- Konow, Sten. 1906. Tūrī. In Grierson, George A. (ed.), Muṇḍā and Dravidian Languages, 128-134. Calcutta: Office of the Superintendent of Government Printing.
- Osada, Toshiki. 1991. Father Ponette's Field Note on Turi with a Comparative Vocabulary. Journal of Asian and African Studies 42. 175-189.
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