Tai Laing language
|Native speakers||≈ 100,000 (date missing)|
|Writing system||own script|
Tai Laing, pronounced Tai Lai or regionally Tai Nai, is a Tai language of Burma, related to Khamti. It has its own script, but this is not taught in schools. There is no census of speakers, but they are estimated to number around 100,000.
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