Nihali

[aka Nihal, Nahali, Kalto]

Classification: Isolate

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threatened

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  • On Nihali ( pp. 764-776 ) . Zide, Norman H. (2008) · In The Munda languages Routledge language family series · edited by Anderson, Gregory D. S. · London & New York: Routledge

  • Muex͡tsubdotnex͡tsubdotdā and Dravidian Languages ( pp. 185-189 ) . Sten Konow (1906) · Linguistic Survey of India · Vol. IV · edited by G. A. Grierson · Calcutta: Office of the Superintendent of Goverment Printing

  • Nahali: A Comparative Study ( pp. 239-352 ) . F. B. J. Kuiper (1962) · Mededelingen der Koninklijke Akademie van Wetenschappen, afdeling letterkunde, nieuwe reeks, deel 25 nr 5 · Amsterdam: Noord Hollandsche Uitgeversmatschappij

  • The sources of the Nahali Vocabulary ( pp. 57-81 ) . F. B. J. Kuiper (1966) · In Studies in Comparative Austroasiatic Linguistics edited by Norman H. Zide · Mouton de Gruyter

  • The Nahal ( pp. 2505-2507 ) . Kumar, Satinder (2000) · In Encyclopaedia of South-Asian tribes edited by Kumar, Satinder · New Delhi: Anmol Publications

  • Nihali Lexicon ( pp. 17-48 ) . Asha Mundlay (1996) · Mother Tongue. II

  • Nahālī: A Linguistic Study in Paleoethnography ( pp. 346-371 ) . Robert Shafer (1940) · Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies. 4

  • Korku-Nahali Kinship Terms -- A comparative note ( pp. 259-265 ) . K. S. Nagaraja (2008) · Indian Linguistics. 69

  • The Nihali Language (Grammar, Texts, Vocabulary) . Nagaraja, K. S. (2014) · Central Institute of Indian Languages