The Tai Phake language is spoken in the Buri Dihing Valley of Assam, India. The maːn˧ corresponds to the modern Thai เมือง, mueang, and Shan mong which corresponds to 'town'.

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  • Le tai phake ou phake, tai phakial, est une langue tai-kadai, parlée dans l'Assam, dans le nord-ouest de l'Inde. (fr)
  • The Tai Phake language is spoken in the Buri Dihing Valley of Assam, India. The maːn˧ corresponds to the modern Thai เมือง, mueang, and Shan mong which corresponds to 'town'. (en)
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  • Northwestern
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  • Kradai
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  • Phake
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  • Le tai phake ou phake, tai phakial, est une langue tai-kadai, parlée dans l'Assam, dans le nord-ouest de l'Inde. (fr)
  • The Tai Phake language is spoken in the Buri Dihing Valley of Assam, India. The maːn˧ corresponds to the modern Thai เมือง, mueang, and Shan mong which corresponds to 'town'. (en)
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  • Tai phake (fr)
  • Tai Phake language (en)
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  • Tai Phake (en)
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