Southern Naga
Northwestern Kuki-Chin
Old Kuki
EthnicityNaga
Geographic
distribution
Northeast India
Linguistic classificationSino-Tibetan
Glottologoldk1252  (Northwestern Kuki-Chin)

Southern Naga, also Old Kuki or Northwestern Kuki-Chin,[1] is a branch of Kuki-Chin-Naga languages. Most speakers are Nagas but also include Kuki-Chin and Kom tribes such as Aimol, Kom, Koireng and others.

Languages

Scott DeLancey, et al. (2015) classify the following languages as Northwestern Kuki-Chin. Purum and Kharam have been added from Peterson (2017).

References

  1. ^ Andrew Hsiu (2019) "Kuki-Chin-Naga languages".