Chintang (Chintang: छिन्ताङ् Chintāṅ / Chhintang) is an eastern Kiranti language spoken by 5,000 to 6,000 people in Chhintang and Ahale VDC's of Dhankuta District, Koshi Zone, Nepal. Dialects are Mulgaun and Sambhugaon.
|Region||Dhankuta District, Nepal|
|Ethnicity||5,000 (2011 census?)|
|3,700 (2011 census)|
Bickel, Balthasar, G. Banjade, M. Gaenszle, E. Lieven, N. P. Paudyal, & I. Purna Rai et al. (2007). Free prefix ordering in Chintang. Language, 83 (1), 43–73.
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