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Anal, also known as Namfau after the two principal villages it is spoken in, is a Northern Kukish language, part of the Sino-Tibetan
language family, spoken by a dwindling number of Anal people in India, Burma, and possibly Bangladesh. It had 14,000 speakers
in India according to the 2001 census. UNESCO lists Anal as having 23,000 speakers in total, making it a vulnerable language.
It has two principal dialects, Laizo and Malshom, and is closest to Lamkang. The language of wider communication is Meithei.
Anal is written in the Latin script, with a literacy rate of about 74%. Langet may be a dialect, though its position within
Kukish is uncertain .
Names (more)[br] Analeg
[en] Anal language
[et] Anali keel
[gl] Lingua anal
[hr] Anal jezik
[pl] Język anal
[es] Idioma anal
Language type : Living
This page is providing structured data for the language Anal.
ISO 639 CodesISO 639-3 : anm
Linked Data URIshttp://lexvo.org/id/iso639-3/anm
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