Departmental Bulletin Paper ラルテー語における音韻体系 : ミゾ語及びティディム・チン語との対照的考察
The Phonologicl System of the Ralte Language : A Comparative Study of Ralte, Mizo, and Tiddim Chin

大塚, 行誠

36 ( (eTULIP) ) 2015-09-30 , 東京大学大学院人文社会系研究科・文学部言語学研究室 , Department of Linguistics, Graduate School of Humanities and Sociology, Faculty of Letters, The University of Tokyo
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The Ralte language belongs to the Kuki-Chin subgroup of Tibeto-Burman languages and is spoken mainly in Mizoram in Northeast India. Specifically, the language to be discussed here is spoken in the Bawngkawn area of the Aizawl district. this paper aims to provide an overview of the phonological system of the modern Ralte language, and it attempts a lexical comparison with its two neighboring Kuki-Chin languages, Mizo (or Lushai) and Tiddim Chin.

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