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The Idu Mishmi language (simplified Chinese: 义都语; pinyin: Yìdū yŭ) is a small language spoken by the Mishmi people in Dibang Valley district, Lower Dibang Valley district, Lohit district, East Siang district, Upper Siang district of the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh and in Zayü County of the Tibet Autonomous Region, China. There were 8569 speakers in India in 1981 and 7000 speakers in China in 1994. It is considered an endangered language.

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  • The Idu Mishmi language (simplified Chinese: 义都语; pinyin: Yìdū yŭ) is a small language spoken by the Mishmi people in Dibang Valley district, Lower Dibang Valley district, Lohit district, East Siang district, Upper Siang district of the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh and in Zayü County of the Tibet Autonomous Region, China. There were 8569 speakers in India in 1981 and 7000 speakers in China in 1994. It is considered an endangered language. (en)
  • A língua Idu Mishmi (义都语 pronúncia=Yìdū yŭ) é um idioma menor falado pelos Mishmis (ou Lhoba) no distrito Dibang Valley do estado indiano de Arunachal Pradesh e no Tibete, China. Já foram 8.569 falantes na Índia em 1981 e 7 mil na China em 1994. É categorizada como língua em perigo de extinção. (pt)
  • 义都语,是藏缅语族的一种语言,与达让语同属义都-达让语支,主要分布在阿鲁纳恰尔邦东部和西藏自治区东南部察隅县。约有1万人使用。义都人在中国被分为珞巴族的一支。 (zh)
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  • 2001 (xsd:integer)
  • November 2017 (en)
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  • Mishmi people (en)
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  • Sino-Tibetan (en)
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  • yes (en)
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  • idum1241 (en)
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  • Idu (en)
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  • Diorama and wax figures of Mishmi people in Jawaharlal Nehru Museum, Itanagar (en)
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  • clk (en)
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  • Lang Status 60-DE.svg (en)
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  • Idu Mishmi (en)
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  • Luoba (en)
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  • Yìdū yŭ (en)
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  • e18 (en)
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  • India: Assam; Arunachal Pradesh: Dibang Valley district, Lower Dibang valley, Lohit; East Siang District; Upper Siang. China: southeastern Tibet Autonomous Region: Nyingchi Prefecture: Zayü County; western Yunnan (en)
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  • 义都语 (en)
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  • 11000 (xsd:integer)
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  • The Idu Mishmi language (simplified Chinese: 义都语; pinyin: Yìdū yŭ) is a small language spoken by the Mishmi people in Dibang Valley district, Lower Dibang Valley district, Lohit district, East Siang district, Upper Siang district of the Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh and in Zayü County of the Tibet Autonomous Region, China. There were 8569 speakers in India in 1981 and 7000 speakers in China in 1994. It is considered an endangered language. (en)
  • A língua Idu Mishmi (义都语 pronúncia=Yìdū yŭ) é um idioma menor falado pelos Mishmis (ou Lhoba) no distrito Dibang Valley do estado indiano de Arunachal Pradesh e no Tibete, China. Já foram 8.569 falantes na Índia em 1981 e 7 mil na China em 1994. É categorizada como língua em perigo de extinção. (pt)
  • 义都语,是藏缅语族的一种语言,与达让语同属义都-达让语支,主要分布在阿鲁纳恰尔邦东部和西藏自治区东南部察隅县。约有1万人使用。义都人在中国被分为珞巴族的一支。 (zh)
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  • Idu Mishmi language (en)
  • Língua idu mishmi (pt)
  • 义都语 (zh)
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