Tagin (Tagen), also known as West Dafla, and Bangni (incl. Na) are a Sino-Tibetan language spoken in India. Stuart Blackburn states that the 350 speakers of Mra have "always been, wrongly, subsumed under the administrative label of Tagin." It is not clear if Mra is therefore a distinct dialect of Bangni-Tagin, or a different Tani language altogether.

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  • Tagin (Tagen), also known as West Dafla, and Bangni (incl. Na) are a Sino-Tibetan language spoken in India. Stuart Blackburn states that the 350 speakers of Mra have "always been, wrongly, subsumed under the administrative label of Tagin." It is not clear if Mra is therefore a distinct dialect of Bangni-Tagin, or a different Tani language altogether. (en)
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  • 2001 (xsd:integer)
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  • Bangni
  • Tagin
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  • Subansiri
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  • Sino-Tibetan
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  • Na
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  • Bangni
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  • Nyishi
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  • Tagin (Tagen), also known as West Dafla, and Bangni (incl. Na) are a Sino-Tibetan language spoken in India. Stuart Blackburn states that the 350 speakers of Mra have "always been, wrongly, subsumed under the administrative label of Tagin." It is not clear if Mra is therefore a distinct dialect of Bangni-Tagin, or a different Tani language altogether. (en)
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  • Bangni-Tagin language (en)
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  • Bangni-Tagin (en)
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