Biete is a member of the Kuki–Chin–Naga branch of the Sino-Tibetan language family. It is spoken in the northeast of India mainly in the states of Assam and Meghalaya, and also Manipur, Mizoram and Tripura. The majority of Biete speakers live in Dima Hasao and Cachar districts of Assam, and in the districts of East Jaintia Hills and West Jaintia Hills in Meghalaya. According to the 2001 census there are 20,000 Biete speakers. Biete is also known as Biate
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Kin Pa, rivĂ˘na mi, Ner ming rithiang marit om riseh; Ni ram zuang tlung riseh; Ni lungdo rivĂ˘na mĂ®n an isin angkan rinĂŞnga mĂ®n sin riseh. VuansĂ»na kin fĂ˘k rup ne peh roh. Kin chunga thonsualhei kin Ă®zĂ˘ angkan, Kin thonsualhei ne zĂ˘ roh. ThlĂŞmnaah ne áąhui inlĂ»t non la, Mi Suala rithoka khan ne hoih roh.
Information about the Biete alphabet, and the sample text, provided by Michael Peter FĂĽstumum
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