Tangut-Qiang Languages

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A branch of Tibeto-Burman. They are spoken in southern China. Guanyinqiao, Horpa, Jiarong, and Shangzhai form the rGyarong sub-branch; the other languages form the Qiangic sub-branch.LANGUAGE LISTErsu: also called Duoxu ...

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