Dzala language

Dzala
Dzala 'Mat
RegionBhutan
Native speakers
22,000 (2011)[1]
Tibetan script
Language codes
ISO 639-3dzl
Glottologdzal1238

The Dzala language, also called Dzalakha, Dzalamat, or Yangtsebikha, is an East Bodish language spoken in eastern Bhutan, in the Lhuntse and Trashiyangtse Districts.[2]

References

  1. ^ Dzala at Ethnologue (18th ed., 2015) (subscription required)
  2. ^ van Driem, George L. (1993). "Language Policy in Bhutan". London: SOAS. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2010-11-01. Retrieved 2011-01-18.

Bibliography

  • van Driem, George (2001). Languages of the Himalayas: An Ethnolinguistic Handbook of the Greater Himalayan Region: Containing an Introduction to the Symbiotic Theory of Language. Brill. p. 1412. ISBN 90-04-12062-9.
  • van Driem, George (2007). "Endangered Languages of Bhutan and Sikkim: East Bodish Languages". In Moseley, Christopher (ed.). Encyclopedia of the World's Endangered Languages. Routledge. p. 295. ISBN 0-7007-1197-X.
  • Namgyel, Singye. The Language Web of Bhutan. Thimphu: KMT.
  • van Driem, George L; Karma Tshering of Gaselô (collab) (1998). Dzongkha. Languages of the Greater Himalayan Region. Leiden: Research School CNWS, School of Asian, African, and Amerindian Studies. ISBN 90-5789-002-X.
  • van Driem, George (2007). "Dzala and Dakpa form a coherent subgroup within East Bodish, and some related thoughts" (PDF). Linguistics of the Himalayas and beyond: 71–85.

External links

  • Himalayan Languages Project


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