Ngawn language

Ngawn (Chin) is a language spoken in Falam District, Chin State, and Kale District, Sagaing Region, Burma. Most of Ngawn people are live in Ngawn Land Areas. There are 27 Ngawn's villages in Falam township, Chin State.

Ngawn (Chin)
RegionBurma
EthnicityChin/Qin
Native speakers
35000 (2016)[1]
Language codes
ISO 639-3cnw
Glottologngaw1239[2]

ExamplesEdit

Ngawn English Myanmar
Dam cim? How are you? နေကောင်းလား
Tui Water ရေ
Pa (Pa aw) Father (Dady) အဖေ
Nu (Nu aw) Mother (Mom) အမေ
Hade Moon
Ni Sun နေ
Pathian God ဘုရား
Mei Fire မီး
Inn Home အိမ်
Saimun Khawdar Khawpual Zawngkong Vazang
Sihtui Kelkong Zawlnu Sialsih N.Munpi
Duhmang Ngamual Thutmual Bualkhaw Phaizawl
Farkhawm Tuisan New Suangpi Valung Khuangmual
Zawnglei Suangdo

Those villages are located in (Hualngo area and Zanniat area), Falam Township, Chin State. And those villages are founded by Ngawn people. Zawlpi village is a new one they founded in 2016 officially.

Those villages are located in (Hualngo area and Zanniat area), Falam Township, Chin State. And those villages are founded by Ngawn people. Zawlpi village is a new one they founded in 2016 officially.
Lianhna Ṭiau
Kawlfang Niimzawl Zawlpi

Some of Ngawn people are living in Tonzang Township, Chin State and Kalay Kabaw, Sagaing Region.

Tuikhing Sialthawzang Kiimlai Mainuai Aungzua
Smikekwin Thayakone (W) Nanchaung Pyinkhonegyi Myaungsone
Sentaw Santa (W) Kalay

Ngawn People Have Some Organizations

1. Ngawn Pawlkompi (Ngawn Union)
2. Ngawn Youth Association (N.Y.A)
3. Ngawn Students Fellowship (N.S.F)
4. Ngawn Social & Culture Committee
5. Ngawn Literature Committee
6. Ngawn Bible Committee
7. Global Ngawn Community (GNC)

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Ngawn (Chin) at Ethnologue (18th ed., 2015)
  2. ^ Hammarström, Harald; Forkel, Robert; Haspelmath, Martin, eds. (2017). "Ngawn Chin". Glottolog 3.0. Jena, Germany: Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History.
  3. ^ Piannak Saimun. Chin State,Myanmar: Pu Sang Tin Khuai. 2013.
  4. ^ The Chin Hill, Vol. I & II. Tack & Carry.
  5. ^ Ngawn Land Map. Chin State, Myanmar: Pu Sang Tin Khuai. 2014.

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