Bahing

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Bahing (bhj)

Bahing is a Kiranti language spoken in Okhaldhunga district of eastern Nepal, first studied by Hodgson (1857, 1858) and more than a century afterwards by Michailovsky (1975). It is spoken by 2,765 people (2001 census).
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Verbal morphology: Older Bahing | New Bahing | both

Verbal paradigms: original | combined (only affixes)

Nominal Morphology from Hodgson (1857)

Some phonological details from Michailovsky (1975)

Summary of some changes between the two stages of the language (Daniela Henze)


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bhj (etlg, gllg, wals, wp)
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speaker: about 2700

wikipedia:Bahing language


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