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Mruic languages

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Title: Mruic languages  
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Subject: Sino-Tibetan languages, Anu-Hkongso language, Classification schemes for Southeast Asian languages, Mru language, Lolo-Burmese languages
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Mruic languages

Burma, Bangladesh
Linguistic classification: Sino-Tibetan
Glottolog: mrui1235[1]

Mruic is a small Sino-Tibetan language family consisting of two poorly attested languages, Mru and Anu-Hkongso. Their relationship within Sino-Tibetan is unclear.


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