How to count in Chingli Ao, a member of the Ao branch of the Sino-Tibetan language family spoken in Nagaland in the north east of India. Chungli Ao, along with Mongsen and Changki, are spoken by the Ao Naga people and are collectively known as Ao Naga.
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Information compiled by Wolfgang Kuhl, with corrections by Jaremdi Wati Longchar
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