Language details

TIBETAN Links (2)   Materials (6)   Books (7)   
Alternative names: WEI, WEIZANG, CENTRAL TIBETAN, BHOTIA, ZANG, PHOKE, DBUS, DBUSGTSANG, U, BHOKHA, POHBETIAN, TEBILIAN, TIBATE
Number of speakers: 1.254.000
Language Code: TIC
In language groups: SINO-TIBETAN » TIBETO-BURMAN » BODIC » BODISH » TIBETAN » CENTRAL TIBETAN
Spoken in: BHUTAN [Details], CHINA [Details], Himachal Pradesh/INDIA [Details], NEPAL [Details], SWITZERLAND [Details], TAIWAN, PROVINCE OF CHINA [Details], UNITED STATES [Details]
Links
1   Lengua mNgahris
http://www.proel.org/mundo/mngahris.htm
2   Lenguas Dbus
http://www.proel.org/mundo/dbus.htm

Materials
1  Extra Consonants for Writing Sanskrit Loan Words
2  Tibetan Conjunct Consonants
3  Tibetan Consonants
4  Tibetan Numerals
5  Tibetan Sample Text
6  Tibetan Vowel Diacritics

Books
1   Anderson, Ken: Vowel harmony and vowel contrast in Mongolian, Korean, Tibetan and Akan
2   Beyer, Stephan V.: The Classical Tibetan Language. SUNY Series in Buddhist Studies, Editor Matthew Kapstein
3   Das, Sarat Chandra: A Tibetan-English Dictionary (reprint of 1902 edition)
4   DeLancey, S.: Relativization as nominalization in Tibetan and Newari (Paper presented at 19th ST Conf.Ohio State Univ)
5   Goldstein, Melvyn C. (ed.): Tibetan-English Dictionary of Modern Tibetan, 2nd edition
6   Jäschke, Heinrich August: A Tibetan-English Dictionary
7   Jäschke, Heinrich August: Handwörterbuch der Tibetischen Sprache




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