Tani (Tibetan: ཏནི), aka Miric, Adi–Galo–Mishing–Nishi (Bradley 1997), or Abor–Miri–Dafla (Matisoff 2003), is a compact family of Sino-Tibetan languages situated at the eastern end of the Himalayas, in an area skirted on four sides by Tibet, Assam, Bhutan, and Burma.

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  • Tani (Tibetan: ཏནི), aka Miric, Adi–Galo–Mishing–Nishi (Bradley 1997), or Abor–Miri–Dafla (Matisoff 2003), is a compact family of Sino-Tibetan languages situated at the eastern end of the Himalayas, in an area skirted on four sides by Tibet, Assam, Bhutan, and Burma. The Tani languages are spoken by about 600,000 people of Arunachal Pradesh, including the Adi, Apatani, Galo, Mising, Nyishi, Hill Miri, Tagin, and of the East Kameng, West Kameng, Papumpare, Lower Subansiri, Upper Subansiri, West Siang, East Siang, Upper Siang, Lower Dibang Valley and Lohit districts of Arunachal Pradesh and Dhemaji, North lakhimpur, etc. districts of Assam. In Arunachal Pradesh alone the Tani-speaking area covers some 40,000 square kilometers, or roughly half the size of the state. Scattered Tani communities spill over the Sino-Indian border into adjacent areas in Mêdog (Miguba people), Mainling (Bokar and Tagin peoples), and Lhünzê (Bangni, Na, Bayi, Dazu, and Mara peoples) counties of Tibet, where together with the non-Tani Idu and Taraõ they form the Lhoba nationality. (en)
  • Las lenguas tani o míricas (también llamadas adi-galo-mishing-nishi o abor-miri-dafla), forman una pequeña familia de lenguas tibetano-birmanas hablada los himalaya orientales, en un área que se divide entre Tíbet (china), Assam (India), Bután y Birmania. Las lenguas tani tienen unos 600 000 hablantes en Arunachal Pradesh hablados por numerosos grupos étnicos como los adi, los nyishi-bangni (ñishi), los miri de las montañas, los tagin y los apatani. Territorialmente estas lenguas se hablan en Kameng oriental, bajo Subansiri, alto Subansiri, Siang occidental, Siang oriental y Valle del Dibang. El área donde se hablan las lenguas tani ocupa unos 40 000 km², lo que supone más o menos la mitad de la extensión total de Arunachal Pradesh. Además existe comunidades tani-hablantes repartidas a lo largo de toda la frontera entre China e India. En territorio chino ocupan las prefecturas de Nyingchi y Shannan (Lhoka). (es)
  • Les langues tani, ou miriques, ou encore adi–galo–mishing–nishi (Bradley, 1997) ou abor–miri–dafla (Matisoff), sont un groupe de langues tibéto-birmanes parlée dans la partie orientale de l'Himalaya, dans une aire bordée par l'État indien de l'Assam, le Bhoutan la Birmanie et le Tibet. Les langues tani sont parlées par quelque 600 000 personnes dans l'État indien de l'Arunachal Pradesh like the Adi (many tribes), Nyishi-Bangni, Hill Miri, Tagin, and Apatani peoples of East Kameng, Lower Subansiri, Upper Subansiri, West Siang, East Siang, and the Dibang Valley districts of Arunachal Pradesh. In Arunachal Pradesh alone the Tani-speaking area covers some 40,000 square kilometers, or roughly half the size of the state. Scattered Tani communities spill over the Sino-Indian border into adjacent areas in Mêdog (Miguba and Mising peoples), Mainling (Bokar and Tagin peoples), and Lhünzê (Bangni, Na, Bayi, Dazu, and Mara peoples) counties of Tibet, where together with the non-Tani Idu they form the Lhoba nationality. (fr)
  • Le lingue tani o miric, adi-galo-nishi-apatani (Bradley 1997) o abor-miri-dafla (Matisoff) sono lingue tibeto-birmane parlate nell'Himalaya orientale. (it)
  • 本文讲述在珞巴族多个部落中相当广泛使用的一支语言,关于属于该语支的珞巴族登尼部的语言,参见登尼语。 达尼语支(Tani languages),又称米里语支、崩尼-博嘎尔语,是藏缅语族的一個支系,分布在喜马拉雅山东麓,有60万人使用。是认阿巴达尼爲老祖的珞巴族所通用的語言(方言族)或語支(語言族)。使用这些语言的人分成很多部落,他們互相之間或不能通話,或需經磨合后才能通話,所以语言学家多把這些方言當作不同的語言。 (zh)
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  • Le lingue tani o miric, adi-galo-nishi-apatani (Bradley 1997) o abor-miri-dafla (Matisoff) sono lingue tibeto-birmane parlate nell'Himalaya orientale. (it)
  • 本文讲述在珞巴族多个部落中相当广泛使用的一支语言,关于属于该语支的珞巴族登尼部的语言,参见登尼语。 达尼语支(Tani languages),又称米里语支、崩尼-博嘎尔语,是藏缅语族的一個支系,分布在喜马拉雅山东麓,有60万人使用。是认阿巴达尼爲老祖的珞巴族所通用的語言(方言族)或語支(語言族)。使用这些语言的人分成很多部落,他們互相之間或不能通話,或需經磨合后才能通話,所以语言学家多把這些方言當作不同的語言。 (zh)
  • Tani (Tibetan: ཏནི), aka Miric, Adi–Galo–Mishing–Nishi (Bradley 1997), or Abor–Miri–Dafla (Matisoff 2003), is a compact family of Sino-Tibetan languages situated at the eastern end of the Himalayas, in an area skirted on four sides by Tibet, Assam, Bhutan, and Burma. (en)
  • Las lenguas tani o míricas (también llamadas adi-galo-mishing-nishi o abor-miri-dafla), forman una pequeña familia de lenguas tibetano-birmanas hablada los himalaya orientales, en un área que se divide entre Tíbet (china), Assam (India), Bután y Birmania. (es)
  • Les langues tani, ou miriques, ou encore adi–galo–mishing–nishi (Bradley, 1997) ou abor–miri–dafla (Matisoff), sont un groupe de langues tibéto-birmanes parlée dans la partie orientale de l'Himalaya, dans une aire bordée par l'État indien de l'Assam, le Bhoutan la Birmanie et le Tibet. (fr)
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  • Tani languages (en)
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  • Lingue tani (it)
  • Langues tani (fr)
  • 达尼语 (zh)
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