Wambulish

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Wambulish
Vāmbule, Vāmbucaurās Rāḍuyor, Caurāsiā, Ombule, Umbule
Goll er loayrt ayns Nepaal
Ard Okhaldhunga jiass, Khotang sheear, Udaypur twoaie as Sindhuli shiar-hwoaie.
Earroo loayreyderyn 5,000
Kynney çhengey Sheenagh-Tibetagh
Coadyn çhengey
ISO 639-1 Gyn coad
ISO 639-2 -
ISO 639-3 wme

She çhengey Tibetagh-Burmagh ee Wambulish (Nepaalish: वाम्बुले Vāmbule). T'ee goll er loayrt ayns Nepaal ec y sleih Rai Wambule. Ta ny h-enmyn eck goaill stiagh Vāmbule, Vāmbucaurās Rāḍuyor, Caurāsiā, Ombule, Umbule, Chouras'ya ny Chourase, ayns çhengaghyn dooghyssagh as Nepaalish.

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  • Opgenort, Jean Robert Matheus Leonard. 2002. The Wāmbule Language. Amsterdam: Jean Robert Opgenort. ISBN 90-807158-1-6 – 2002. (Traaghtys, Ollooscoill Leiden, 2002-06-06).
  • Opgenort, Jean Robert Matheus Leonard. 2004. A Grammar of Wambule. Grammar, Lexicon, Texts and Cultural Survey of a Kiranti Tribe of Eastern Nepal. Brill's Tibetan Studies Library. Languages of the Greater Himalayan Region, 2. Leiden: Koninklijke Brill. ISBN 90-04-13831-5 - 2004.
  • Opgenort, Jean Robert Matheus Leonard. 2007. ‘About Chaurasia’, pp. 203–224 in Linguistics of the Himalayas and Beyond. Roland Bielmeier, Felix Haller, re. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
  • Rāī, Avināth. VS 2057. Vāmbule Rāī Śabdakoś. Lalitpur: Vāmbule Samāj Nepāl.
  • Rāī, Gaṇeś. VS 2055. ‘Ollo Kirāt: Vāmbule Rāī jātibāre saṃkṣipta adhyayan’, in Libju-Bhumju 10: 3-10.

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