vocabulary of the Limbu language of eastern Nepal by H. W. R. Senior

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Statementcompiled by H. W. R. Senior.
SeriesBibliotheca Himalayica : Ser. 2 ;, v. 13
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LC ClassificationsDS485.H6 B52 ser. 2, vol. 13, PL3801.L54 B52 ser. 2, vol. 13
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Pagination86 p. ;
Number of Pages86
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Open LibraryOL4389098M
LC Control Number78908311

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Vocabulary of the Limbu language of eastern Nepal. Kathmandu: Ratna Pustak. Limbu (Limbu: ᤕᤠᤰᤌᤢᤱ ᤐᤠᤴ, yakthung pān) is a Sino-Tibetan language spoken by the Limbu people of eastern Nepal and India (particularly Darjeeling, Kalimpong, Sikkim, Assam and Nagaland) as well as expatriate communities in Bhutan, Burma, Thailand, the United Kingdom, Hong Kong, Canada and the Limbu refer to themselves as Yakthung and their language as ity: Limbu people.

The original name of Limbus is Yakthung, Yakthumba or Yakthungba (ᤕᤠᤰᤌᤢᤱ). Limbu males and Limbu females are called "Yakthumma" or "Yakthungma".

In Ancient texts believe that "Yakthung" or "Yakthum" is a derivative from China and some interpret its meaning as the "Yaksha winner". In Limbu language it means "heroes of the hills" (Yak - hills, thung or thum - heroes or mighty India:insofar as it is accurate, probably applies to most Limbu dialects.

The English-Limbu section is an index, not an English-Limbu dictionary. Two aspects of the dictionary may interest specialized readers in particular. First, it provides data on the peculiarities of the Maiwa-Mewa dialect of Size: 80KB. Limbu Bhasha Sikau (Let's Learn the Limbu Language) Paperback – January 1, by Ranabahadur Menyangbo Limbu (Author) See all formats and editions Hide Author: Ranabahadur Menyangbo Limbu.

Limbu-English Dictionary, Kantipath, Kathmandu: Mandala Book Point Senier, H.W.R., by Major. ( A.D.). A Vocabulary of the Limbu Language of Eastern Nepal, Compiled Intelligence branch division of the staff, Simla: printed at the Government monotype press Shrestha, Keshab.

( A.D). Dictionary of Nepalese Plants Names, Nepal Lithographing Co. A vocabulary of the Limbu language of eastern Nepal H. SeniorGrammar, Hindi language, Limbu language, Nepali language. Places. None found. People. None found. Times. None found. Prolific Authors.

who have written the most books on this subject. Alfons Weidert, 1 book Puṅalāiṅa Hastalāla Limbū, 1 book H. Senior, 1 book. Nepali (in Nepal) LANGUAGE CONTEXT COMMENTS. Limbu is passed down to children.

In Nepal, Limbu is used in all sorts of non-official domains such as at home, in villages and in worship though Nepali is also used at home and in markets.

Multilingual dictionaries, religious rituals and texts, radio programs, and newspaper written in Limbu are found. A Grammar of Limbu. George van Driem Nepal is a small country but rich in natural and cultural resources due to the blend of diverse caste and native cultures, variegated bio-natural Author: George Van Driem.

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Limbu Language Facts: Limbu is a Tibeto-Burman language spoken by aboutpeople in Nepal, Sikkim, Kashmir and Darjeeling district, West Bengal, India, by the Limbu community. Virtually all Limbus are bilingual in Nepali. The name Limbu is an exonym of uncertain origin. Limbus refer to themselves as yakthungba, and their language as.

Nepali, a member of the Indo-Aryan group of languages, is the national language (rā ra bhā ā) of Nepal, the state language of Sikkim, and the sole language of most ethnic Nepali communities in Bhutan and northeast India. It was previously known as Khas Kurā (the speech of the Khas) or Gorkhālī.

The two languages I examine in this essay are Limbu and Nepali. Limbu is a Tibeto-Burman language spoken by the Limbu ethnic group of the Kirat people who mainly inhabit the middle hills of Eastern Nepal.

Nepali, an Indo-European language, is the official language of Nepal and the language of wider communication (LWC) across Nepal.

The Limbu live mainly in eastern Nepal between the Arun River and the border of the Sikkim district in India. They speak a dialect of Kirant, which is a Tibeto Burman language.

The origin of the Limbu is uncertain, but they are clearly of Mongolian descent. In the later part of the s, Nepal was formed by uniting various ethnic groups and. Limbuwan is an area of the Himalayan region of the Indian subcontinent, historically made up of 10 Limbu kingdoms, now part of Nepal, northern Sikkim in India and western an means "abode of the Limbus" or "Land of the Limbus".

" Yakthung Laaje" in original Limbu language which means "the country of the Yakthungs". In modern times, a political movement in Nepal has developed, which Country: Nepal.

Limbu definition is - a people chiefly of Nepal. languages are spoken in Nepal and Nepalese is regarded as the official language of the country. View of the Himilayas in Nepal. According to the census of Nepal, languages are spoken in the country as a first language. Nepali is the official language of the nation.

Nepali and Maithili rank as the first and second most spoken Author: Oishimaya Sen Nag. Learning a language needs dedication and practice. There are people who are very good at learning and their people who are not so good.

There are different tricks to learn a language. Stay with people who speak the language If you really really want to learn Yakthung-pan (Limbu language), the best way to do. Contextual translation of "limbu" into Nepali.

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Limbu is a Tibeto-Burman language of the East Himalayish group, spoken by aboutpersons mainly in eastern Nepal, but also in the neighboring Indian states of Sikkim and West Bengal (Darjeeling district).

Its close relatives are the languages of the East Himalayish (Shafer ) or "Kiranti" group in Eastern Nepal. It is only very. language, with nearlyspeakers in Nepal, is a Tibeto-Burman language, which was originally, and is still, mainly spoken in the hilly area of the Kosi and Mechi zones in eastern Nepal, called Limbuwan or Pallo (“ farther,,) Kirant/Kirat.

Nowadays, however, Limbu speakers are found in considerable numbers in the adjoining Indian. Limbu is a Tibeto-Burman language spoken in Nepal, [1] Bhutan, Sikkim, Kashmir and Darjeeling district, West Bengal, India, by the Limbu community. Virtually all Limbus are bilingual in Nepali.

The name Limbu is an exonym of uncertain origin. Limbus refer to themselves as yakthungba, and their language as Yakthung has four main dialects; Panthare, Phedape, Chatthare and Tambar ity: Limbu people.

Khambu Rai script Limbu script Maithili script Santhali/Satar script Language provision in Constitution. The Constitution of the Kingdom of Nepal () has recognized Nepali as ‘the language of the nation’ (raashtrabhaasaa) and all mother tongues spoke in Nepal as its ‘national languages’ (raashtriyabhaasaa) (Article 6).Provisions about the languages of Nepal can be found in part 1 of.

“Limbu.” Djamel Kouloughli & Alain Peyraube (éds.), Encyclopédie des Science du Language. (in French) Senior, H.W.R. [ReprintedKathmandu]. A vocabulary of the Limbu language of Eastern Nepal. Simla. Sprigg, Richard Keith. “Phonological formulae for the verb in Limbu as a contribution to Tibeto-Burman comparison.”.

Limbu language ek bhasa hae. Ii bhasa ke baare me article ek chhota panna hae. Aap iske lamba karke Wikipedia ke madat kare saktaa hae.

Vigorous. A main group in eastern Nepal. Home, religion; mixed use: Friends, work, education. Older adults and elderly. Some use among children, adolescents, and young adults. Positive attitudes.

Panthare dialect is dominant in size, prestige, and language development. People prefer their own dialect, but are not negative toward others. Nepal Bhasa: It is the language of the Newars of Kathmandu Valley. The first original book in this language is a chronicle called ‘Gopalraj Banshawali’ while the oldest book, ‘Haramekhala’ ( AD), is a translation.

Magar Kura: Magar Kura is the language of the Magars and is spoken in the western, mid-western and eastern hills. The. With a Rabha dictionary/vocabulary, and a series of key Rabha texts shedding light on its people’s customs.

Click here to order. A Grammar of Kulung by Gerard Tolsma () This book is the most complete description of Kulung to date. Kulung is a Kiranti language spoken in eastern Nepal.

The Limbu (ᤕᤠᤰᤌᤢᤱ) or Yakthung (IPA:) are Kirati people indigenous and native to the Himalayan Limbuwan region of the Indian subcontinent, what is now modern-day Eastern Nepal, Northern Sikkim, Kalimpong India and Western Bhutan.

The original name of Limbus is Yakthung, Yakthumba or Yakthungba (ᤕᤠᤰᤌᤢᤱ). Limbu males and Limbu females are called "Yakthumma" or "Yakthungma".

Chhatthare Limbu is spoken in parts of Dhankuta and Terhathum districts of eastern Nepal by approximat populations. It is a complex pronominalized, Sino-Tibetan, Tibetan, eastern Himalayish, eastern Kiranti language.

Nepali Phrasebook: Language Survival Kit by Bimal Shrestha; Mary-Jo O'Rourke and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at   Limbu Clans have been living in Nepal for more than years. Many Limbu people have joined the Gurkhas Army. Because of that, you can find Limbu people all round the world nowadays.

Sunuwar (कोँइच / Kõits), a member of the Kiranti branch of the Tibeto-Burman language family spoken by ab people in eastern Nepal and Sikkim, where it is an official language. It is also known as Kõits-Lo (कोँइच लो / kõica lo), Mukhiya (मुखिया / mukhiyā) and Kiranti-Kõits (किराँती.

Hansson, Gerd. The Rais of Eastern Nepal: Ethenic and Linguistic Grouping (edited & provided with an introduction by Wemer Winter) Kathmandu: LSN & CNAS, Tribhuvan University. Limbu-Nepali-English Dictionary (2nd edition). [ V.S]. Edited by late Iman Sing Chemjong et al.

Kathmandu: Royal Nepal academy. Matisoff, James A. Ethno-Medicinal Practices among the Limbu Community in Limbuwan, Eastern Nepal Dil Kumar Limbu α & Basanta Kumar Rai σ. Abstract - Limbuwan is the land inhabited and dominated by the indigenous Limbu people.

The Limbu are very rich in ethno-medicinal knowledge and culture as well. The main objective of this work is to document the ethno-medicinal. Limbu (Yakthung or Limbu) is one of the ethnic groups living in Eastern Nepal, North-East India, Bhutan, Burma, and Thailand.

They have a traditional belief system called Mundhum, which is an oral text and cultural lore that represents a distinct culture and performance. The word Mundhum is made up of two Limbu language words -Mun and Dhum.

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Nepali language, member of the Pahari subgroup of the Indo-Aryan group of the Indo-Iranian division of the Indo-European languages. Nepali is spoken by more than 17 million people, mostly in Nepal and neighbouring parts of India. Smaller speech communities exist in Bhutan, Brunei, and Myanmar.

A Limbu village and its extensions in East Nepal by Ian Carlos Fitzpatrick. cropping, which was introduced into eastern Nepal in the s. The book’s singularity stems partly from an anthropological political economy-based a ‘true’ Limbu village where Limbu language and culture have survived relatively untouched by external File Size: KB.

In the latter part of the eighteenth century Nepal was formed by uniting various ethnic groups and numerous principalities under a high-caste Hindu dynasty. This conquest resulted in a number of migrations of high-caste Hindu groups into eastern .Limbu, the second most numerous tribe of the indigenous people called Kiranti, living in Nepal, on the easternmost section of the Himalayas east of the Arun River, and in northern India, mostly in the states of Sikkim, West Bengal, and ther, the Limbu numbered somein the early 21st century.

The Limbu are of Mongolian stock and speak a language belonging to the Kiranti.

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