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ID a Name b 46 South-Asia
ID a 46
Attributes
Page f 358
LSName g SOUTH-ASIA
LSType h zone
Grouping i geo
IsNotional j no
Notes k covers the "South-Asia" reference area of languages not covered in any phylozone, including the Mon-Khmer grouping (46-D to 46-G; and also the broader "Austro-Asiatic" hypothesis = 46-C to 46-G, and perhaps also 46-B); comprising 11 sets of languages (= 85 outer languages) spoken by communities situated in South and Southeast Asia, from the western Himalayas to the Nicobar and Andaman islands and the South China Sea: 46-A BURUSHASKI+ WERSHIKWAR 46-B NIHALI* 46-C SANTALI+ SORA 46-D KHASI+ KHAMANG 46-E VIÊT+ MUONG 46-F KHMAE+ KATU 46-G MON+ SEMAI 46-H TAIHLONG+ MILO 46-I AKACARI+ AKAJERU* 46-J APUCIKWAR+ AKABEA* 46-K JARAWA+ ONGE* including 1 arterial language: [46=-E] Viêt (Vietnamese)
Scale n 7
Statistics
11 Sets • 23 Chains • 42 Nets • 85 OuterLanguages • 220 InnerLanguages • 353 Dialects • 487 Leaves • 158 ISO-639-Relatives
Relatives
GeoEntity C Bangladesh | Bhutan | Myanmar | Cambodia | China | India | Lao People's Democratic Republic | Malaysia | Nepal | Pakistan | Thailand | Vietnam
11 Nodes assigned
1 46-A Burushaski + Wershikwar
2 46-B Nihali
3 46-C Santali + Sora
4 46-D Khasi + Khamang
5 46-E Viêt + Muong
6 46-F Khmae + Katu
7 46-G Mon + Semai
8 46-H Taihlong + Shompeng
9 46-I Akacari + Akajeru
10 46-J Apucikwar + Akabea
11 46-K Jarawa + Onge

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