Lepcha

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Lepcha

  1. An ethnic group, the aboriginal people of Sikkim, who live in India, Nepal, Bhutan, and Tibet.
  2. Their language, a Himalayish language in the Sino-Tibetan family, spoken by about 30000-50000 people.
  3. The script used to write that language, also known as Róng, which is an abugida used only for that language.


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