|Ethnicity||Mising, Padam, Minyong|
Miri or Mising, also known as Plains Miri, is a Tani language ( Agom ) spoken by the Mising people. There are 629,954 speakers (as per Census of India, 2011), who inhabit mostly the Lakhimpur, Sonitpur, Dhemaji, Dibrugarh, Sibsagar, Jorhat, Majuli, Golaghat, Tinsukia districts of Assam and also some parts of Arunachal Pradesh. The primary literary body of Mising is known as 'Mising Agom Kébang (Mising Language Society)'.
The Mising, Padam and Minyong speak dialects of the same language.
|Close||i iː||ɨ ɨː||u uː|
|Mid||ɛ ɛː||ɜ ɜː||ɔ ɔː|
Ethnologue gives the following locations for Mising speakers. The Hill Miri live in Arunachal Pradesh, while the Plains Miri live in Assam.