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    Myanmar (Burma) (111 Living languages) :

    1. Achang (Acang, Anchan, Atsang, Chung, Mönghsa, Ngac’ang, Ngachang, Ngochang, Tai Sa’)
    2. Akeu (Aki, Akui)
    3. Akha (Ahka, Aini, Ak’a, Aka, Ekaw, Ikaw, Ikor, Kaw, Kha Ko, Khako, Khao Kha Ko, Ko, Yani)
    4. Anal (Namfau)
    5. Anu
    6. Bishnupriya
    7. Blang (Bulang, K’ala, Kawa, Kontoi, Plang, Pula, Pulang)
    8. Burmese (Bama, Bamachaka, Myanmar, Myen)
    9. Chak
    10. Chaungtha
    11. Chin, Asho (Asho, Ashu, Khyang, Kyang, Qin, Sho, Shoa)
    12. Chin, Bawm (Bawm, Bawn, Bawng, Bom)
    13. Chin, Bualkhaw (Bualkhaw-Chin)
    14. Chin, Chinbon (Chinbon, Chindwin Chin, Sho, Ütbü)
    15. Chin, Daai (Daai, Dai, M’kaang)
    16. Chin, Falam (Falam, Fallam, Halam, Hallam Chin)
    17. Chin, Haka (Baungshe, Haka, Hakha, Lai)
    18. Chin, Khumi (Khami, Khimi, Khumi, Khuni, Khweymi)
    19. Chin, Khumi Awa
    20. Chin, Mara (Lakher, Mara, Maram, Mira, Zao)
    21. Chin, Mro
    22. Chin, Mün (Cho, Mindat, Mün, Ng’men)
    23. Chin, Ngawn (Ngawn, Ngon, Ngorn)
    24. Chin, Paite (Hainte, Oarte, Paite, Paithe, Vuite)
    25. Chin, Senthang (Hsemtang, Senthang)
    26. Chin, Siyin (Siyang, Siyin, Sizang)
    27. Chin, Tawr (Tawr, Torr)
    28. Chin, Tedim (Tedim, Tiddim)
    29. Chin, Thado (Kuki, Kuki-Thado, Thado-Pao, Thado-Ubiphei, Thadou)
    30. Chin, Zotung (Bandzhogi, Banjogi, Zobya, Zotung)
    31. Danau (Danaw)
    32. Gangte (Gante)
    33. Hmong Njua (Mong Ntsua, Hmong Nzhua, Blue Hmong, Blue Meo, Tak Miao, Green Hmong, Green Meo, Qing Miao, Ching Miao, Lu Miao; Meo Dam, Meo Lai, Hmong Lens, Hmoob Leeg)
    34. Hpon (Hpön, Megyaw, Phon, Phön, Phun, Samong)
    35. Hrangkhol (Rangkhol)
    36. Intha (Inntha)
    37. Jingpho (Chingp’o, Chingpaw, Jinghpaw, Kachin)
    38. Kadu (Asak, Gadu, Gemaan, Kado, Kadu-Ganaan, Kato, Katu, Kudo, Mawteik, Puteik, Sak, That, Thet, Woni)
    39. Karen, Brek (Bre, “Brec” , “Kayaw Brek” , Laku, Pramano, Pre)
    40. Karen, Bwe (Baghi, Bghai Karen, Bwe)
    41. Karen, Geba (Eastern Bwe, Geba, Kaba, Karenbyu, Kayinbyu, White Karen)
    42. Karen, Geko (Gaikho, Gek’o, Gekho, Ghekhol, Ghekhu, Gheko, Kekaungdu, Kekhong, Keku, Padaung)
    43. Karen, Lahta (Khahta, Lahta, Peu, Taru, Tarulakhi)
    44. Karen, Manumanaw (Manö, Manu, Manumanaw, Monu)
    45. Karen, Paku (Mogpha, Mogwa, Monebwa, Monnepwa, Mopaga, Mopha, Mopwa, Pagu, Paku, Thalwepwe)
    46. Karen, Pa’o (Black Karen, Northern Taungthu, Pa Oh, Pa’o, Pa-O, Pa-U)
    47. Karen, Pwo Eastern (Moulmein Pwo Karen, Phlou)
    48. Karen, Pwo Western (Bassein Pwo Karen, Delta Pwo Karen, Mutheit, Phlong Sho)
    49. Karen, S’gaw (Burmese Karen, Kanyaw, Kyetho, Paganyaw, Pchcknya, Pwakanyaw, S’gau, S’gaw, S’gaw Kayin, White Karen, Yang Khao)
    50. Karen, Yinbaw (Yeinbaw, Yinbaw)
    51. Karen, Yintale (Taliak, Yangatalet, Yangtadai, Yintale, Yintalet)
    52. Karen, Zayein (Gaungtou, Khaungtou, Zayein)
    53. Kayah, Eastern (Karenni, Karennyi, Kayah Li, Kayay, Red Karen)
    54. Kayah, Western (Karenni, Karennyi, Karieng Daeng, Kayah Li, Red Karen, Yang Daeng)
    55. Kayan (Kayang, Padaung, Padaung Karen)
    56. Khamti (Hkamti, Kam Ti, Khampti, Khampti Shan, Khamti Shan, Khandi Shan, Tai Kam Ti, Tai-Khamti)
    57. Khmu (Kamhmu, Kammu, Kamu, Khamuk, Khmu’, Khomu, Kmhmu, Lao Terng, Mou, Pouteng, Pu Thenh, Tenh, Theng)
    58. Khün (Gon Shan, Hkun, Khuen, Khun Shan, Khyn, Tai Khun, Tai-Khuen)
    59. Kiorr (Col, Con, Saamtaav)
    60. Lahu (Lahuna, Launa, Lohei, Muhso, Museu, Musso, Mussuh)
    61. Lahu Shi
    62. Lama
    63. Lamkang (“Hiroi-Lamgang” , “Lamgang” , Lamkaang, Lamkang Naga)
    64. Laopang (Laopa)
    65. Lashi (Ac’ye, Chashan, Lachik, Lachikwaw, Lacid, Lacik, Lashi-Maru, Lasi, Lechi, Leqi, Letsi)
    66. Lhao Vo (Diso, Lang, Langsu, Laungaw, Laungwaw, Lawng, Lhaovo, Malu, Maru, Mulu, Zi)
    67. Lisu (Central Lisu, Li-Hsaw, Li-Shaw, Lisaw, Lu-Tzu, Southern Lisu, Yao Yen, Yaw Yin, Yaw-Yen, Yeh-Jeh)
    68. Lopi
    69. Lü (Lue, Pai-I, Shu-Ai-I, Tai Lu)
    70. Lui (Loi)
    71. Meitei (Kathe, Kathi, Manipuri, Meiteiron, Meithe, Meithei, Menipuri, Mitei, Mithe, Ponna)
    72. Mizo (Hualngo, Le, Lusai, Lushai, Lushei, Whelngo)
    73. Moken (Basing, Chau Ko’, Lawta, Mawken, Orang Laut, Salon, Salong, Selong, Selung)
    74. Mon (Mun, Peguan, Talaing)
    75. Mru (Mrung, Murung, Niopreng)
    76. Naga, Leinong (Lainong Naga; Lenaung Naga; Yao Dyang Naga)
    77. Naga, Long Phuri (Longpfuri, Longpfuru, Mimi, Amimi Naga)
    78. Naga, Makyan (Macham Naga; Leinong)
    79. Naga, Para (Bara Naga, Jejara Naga)
    80. Naga, Tase (Cham Chang, Rangpan, Tangsa, Tase, Tasey)
    81. Nga La (Matu Chin, Thlan Tan)
    82. Norra (Nora, Noza, Nurra)
    83. Nung (Anong, Anoong, Anu, Anung, Fuch’ye, Khanung, Khupang, Kiutze, Kwingsang, Kwinp’ang, Lu, Lutze, Lutzu, Nu)
    84. Palaung, Ruching (Di-Ang, Ngwe Palaung, Silver Palaung, Pale, Palay, Da’ang)
    85. Palaung, Rumai (Rumai, Humai, Rumai Humai, Ta’ang Rumai, Silver Palaung, Ngwe Palong, Ta’ang, Shan Rumai, Tai Rumai)
    86. Palaung, Shwe (Ta-Ang Palaung, Golden Palaung, Shwe Palaung, Liang, Ta’ang Samlung, Red Da’ang)
    87. Palu
    88. Pankhu (Pangkhu, Pankho, Panko)
    89. Purum (Puram)
    90. Pyen (Hpyin)
    91. Rakhine (Rakhain, Rakkhaine, Mogh)
    92. Ralte
    93. Rawang (Chiutse, Ch’opa, Ganung-Rawang, Hkanung, Kiutze, Krangku, Nung, Nung Rawang, Taron)
    94. Riang (Yinnet, Black Riang, Black Karen, Yanglam, Black Yang, Riang-Lang, Yin, Yang, Liang Sek, Yang Wan Kun)
    95. Rohingya (Akyab, Arakan, Rohinja)
    96. Samtao (Samtau, Samtuan)
    97. Sansu
    98. Shan (Great Thai, Mau, “Ngeo” , “Ngiao” , “Ngiaw” , “Ngio” , “Ngiow” , Sam, Sha, Tai Luang, Tai Shan, Tai Yai, Thai Yai)
    99. Tai Loi (Loi, Monglwe, Tailoi, Wakut, Doi)
    100. Tai Nüa (Chinese Shan, Tai Kong, Tai Neua)
    101. Taungyo (Dawai, Dawe, Taru, Tavoya, Tavoyan, Tawe-Tavoy, Toru)
    102. Tavoyan
    103. Wa, Parauk (Baraog, Phalok, Praok, Wa)
    104. Welaung
    105. Wewaw (Wewau)
    106. Yangbye (Yanbe, Yanbye, Yangye)
    107. Yinchia (Black Riang, Ranei, Striped Karen, Yinnet)
    108. Yos (Yo, Yote)
    109. Zaiwa (Aci, Atshi, Atsi, Atzi, Azi, Tsaiwa, Zi)
    110. Zo (Jou, Kuki Chin, Zau, Zome, Zomi, Zou)
    111. Zyphe (Zophei, Zoptei)

     Extinct languages :

    1. Pali
    2. Taman

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