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Correlative Analysis Of Bodo, Garo And Rabha

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The possibilities of correlation between the languages that have been grouped together as Barish languages are great, spreading across several languages that have not been researched in any depth, except Boro and Garo. The Proto-Bodo system, as far as the diphthongs are concerned, is midway between Garo on the one hand having very diminished presence of diphthongs, and Bodo and Rabha with at least as many or an expanded set of diphthongs as in the case Rabha. The Bodo situation is very much changed from what is observable in Garo and Rabha.

Keywords: Bodo; correlative analysis; Garo; Rabha



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