Famille de langues: Sapa-Southwestern Tai

Code Glottolog: sapa1255

Classification: Tai-Kadai > Kam-Tai > Daic-Beic > Daic > Central-Southwestern Tai > Wenma-Southwestern Tai > Sapa-Southwestern Tai

Ressources dans l'entrepôt

Langues de la famille pour lesquelles l'entrepôt dispose d'enregistrements
Langue Code Nombre
Tai Do tyj 97
Lao lao 69
Tai Dón twh 56
Tai Daeng tyr 19
Tai Pao tpo 16
khb 8
Khün kkh 2

Références bibliographiques sur les langues de cette famille trouvées dans Glottolog

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