Bodiske språk

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Bodiske språk, oppkalt etter det tibetanske etnonymer Bod, er tibetiske språk i en bred lingvistisk betydning, uavhengig av om talerne er etniske tibetanere. Språket i denne undergruppen blir talt i Tibet, Nord-India, Nepal, Bhutan og Nord-Pakistan.


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