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Mundari
Spoken in India, Bangladesh, Nepal
Total speakers 2,074,700
Language family Austro-Asiatic
Language codes
ISO 639-1 None
ISO 639-2
ISO 639-3 either:
Mundari – unr
Munda – unx

The Mundari language is a Munda language of the Austro-Asiatic language family spoken by the Munda people, and is closely related to Santali. Mundari is primarily spoken by Munda tribal people in east India, Bangladesh, and Nepal.

Further reading

  • Evans, Nicholas & Toshki Osada. 2005a. Mundari: the myth of a language without word classes. In Linguistic Typology 9.3, pp. 351-390.
  • Evans, Nicholas & Toshki Osada. 2005b. Mundari and argumentation in word-class analysis. In Linguistic Typology 9.3, pp. 442-457
  • Hengeveld, Kees & Jan Rijkhoff. 2005. Mundari as a flexible language. In Linguistic Typology 9.3, pp.406-431.
  • Newberry, J. (2000). North Munda dialects: Mundari, Santali, Bhumia. Victoria, B.C.: J. Newberry. ISBN 0921599684

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Simple English

Mundari
Spoken in India, Bangladesh, Nepal
Total speakers 2,074,700
Language family Austro-Asiatic
  • Munda
    • North Munda
      • Kherwari
        • Mundari
Language codes
ISO 639-1 None
ISO 639-2
ISO 639-3 either:
Mundari – unr
Munda – unx

The Mundari language is a Munda language of the Austro-Asiatic language family. It is spoken by the Munda people.


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