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Sak is a Tibeto-Burman language of Burma and China. The various varieties are generally considered separate Sak or Luish languages: Kado (Settaw, Mawkhwin, and Mawteik dialects; 30,000 speakers), and Kanan (Nanza; 9,000 speakers). Andro and Sengmai are extinct, their speakers having switched to Meithei; the Kado/Kanan speak Burmese and the Chakma Bengali. There are also various unattested varieties of Lui or Loi mentioned in nineteenth-century accounts.
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Following BCP 47 the recommended tag for this language is ckh.

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