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Palpa language

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Palpa language

Region Western Nepal, Kumaon
Extinct (date missing)[1]
Language codes
ISO 639-3 plp
Glottolog palp1242[2]

The extinct Palpa language of Nepal is closely related to the Nepali language, and is sometimes considered a dialect of it. It has Kumauni influence, but has been classified as a dialect of

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