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The Idu Mishmi Language is a small language spoken by the Mishmi people in the Dibang Valley District of the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh and in Zayü County, Tibet. There are 8,569 speakers in India as of 1981 and 7,000 speakers in China as of 1994. It is considered an endangered language.
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Names (more)

[br] Idoueg
[en] Idu Mishmi language
[gv] Idu-Mishmish
[zh] 义都语

Language type : Living

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Wiktionnaire - Catégorie:idou [fr]

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ISO 639-3 : clk

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