Nefamese

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Nefamese (also Arunamese) is a pidgin of Arunachal Pradesh (formerly NEFA), India.wikipedia
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Assamese language

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Its classification is unclear; Ethnologue states that it is based on the Assamese language, but also that it is most closely related to the Sino-Tibetan Gallong like the Assamese language formed out by the mixture of languages like Austric, Tibeto-Burman, Tai and Indo-European family of languages.
Nefamese is an Assamese-based pidgin used in Arunachal Pradesh and Nagamese, an Assamese-based Creole language is widely used in Nagaland.

Pidgin

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Nefamese (also Arunamese) is a pidgin of Arunachal Pradesh (formerly NEFA), India.

Gallong language

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Its classification is unclear; Ethnologue states that it is based on the Assamese language, but also that it is most closely related to the Sino-Tibetan Gallong like the Assamese language formed out by the mixture of languages like Austric, Tibeto-Burman, Tai and Indo-European family of languages.
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Northeast India

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Nefamese emerged in eastern Arunachal Pradesh as a lingua franca among the Nishi, Adi, Apatanai, Khampti, Hill Miri, Idu Mishimi, Nocte, Wanchu, Tagin, Mompa, Zakhring, Apatani, and Bugun peoples, among others—between them and with other Indigenous Assamese people and other Indigenous groups of Northeast India.
Assamese-based pidgin/creoles have developed in Nagaland (Nagamese) and Arunachal (Nefamese), though their use has been on a decline in recent times.

Nagamese Creole

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Arunachal Pradesh

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Nefamese (also Arunamese) is a pidgin of Arunachal Pradesh (formerly NEFA), India.

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Nefamese (also Arunamese) is a pidgin of Arunachal Pradesh (formerly NEFA), India.

Austric languages

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Its classification is unclear; Ethnologue states that it is based on the Assamese language, but also that it is most closely related to the Sino-Tibetan Gallong like the Assamese language formed out by the mixture of languages like Austric, Tibeto-Burman, Tai and Indo-European family of languages.

Tibeto-Burman languages

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Its classification is unclear; Ethnologue states that it is based on the Assamese language, but also that it is most closely related to the Sino-Tibetan Gallong like the Assamese language formed out by the mixture of languages like Austric, Tibeto-Burman, Tai and Indo-European family of languages.

Tai languages

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Its classification is unclear; Ethnologue states that it is based on the Assamese language, but also that it is most closely related to the Sino-Tibetan Gallong like the Assamese language formed out by the mixture of languages like Austric, Tibeto-Burman, Tai and Indo-European family of languages.

Indo-European languages

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Its classification is unclear; Ethnologue states that it is based on the Assamese language, but also that it is most closely related to the Sino-Tibetan Gallong like the Assamese language formed out by the mixture of languages like Austric, Tibeto-Burman, Tai and Indo-European family of languages.

Lingua franca

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Nefamese emerged in eastern Arunachal Pradesh as a lingua franca among the Nishi, Adi, Apatanai, Khampti, Hill Miri, Idu Mishimi, Nocte, Wanchu, Tagin, Mompa, Zakhring, Apatani, and Bugun peoples, among others—between them and with other Indigenous Assamese people and other Indigenous groups of Northeast India.

Adi people

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Nefamese emerged in eastern Arunachal Pradesh as a lingua franca among the Nishi, Adi, Apatanai, Khampti, Hill Miri, Idu Mishimi, Nocte, Wanchu, Tagin, Mompa, Zakhring, Apatani, and Bugun peoples, among others—between them and with other Indigenous Assamese people and other Indigenous groups of Northeast India.

Assamese people

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Nefamese emerged in eastern Arunachal Pradesh as a lingua franca among the Nishi, Adi, Apatanai, Khampti, Hill Miri, Idu Mishimi, Nocte, Wanchu, Tagin, Mompa, Zakhring, Apatani, and Bugun peoples, among others—between them and with other Indigenous Assamese people and other Indigenous groups of Northeast India.