The Burmese or Myanmar script developed from the Mon script, which was adapted from a southern Indian script during the 8th century. The earliest known inscriptions in the Burmese script date from the 11th century.
Burmese/Myanmar (ဗမာစကား), a member of the Burmese-Lolo branch of the Sino-Tibetan language family spoken by about 21 million people in Burma (Myanmar).
The Karen languages, a group of languages related to Burmese and spoken by around 4 million people in Burma and Thailand.
Mon, a member of the Mon-Khmer group of the Austroasiatic languages spoken by about 200,000 people in Burma and Thailand.
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Information about the Burmese language
http://seap.einaudi.cornell.edu/system/files/Burmese Language Phrases with Audio_0.pdf
Online Burmese dictionaries
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