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The Rabha word rang is found in compounds referring to the weather or sky, and cognates of rang are found in Atong, Ruga, and Koch. pi-nak means ‘black’ in Atong as does the clearly cognate pe-nek of Koch. No cognates for either rang or pi-nak are known in Garo, or in any language of the Boro group, but they do have cognates in some northeastern Naga languages (Benedict 1972: 6–7; Marrison 1967; Burling 1983). Benedict, Marrison and I have all proposed that the Boro-Garo group has a closer affinity with the northern Naga languages than with other Tibeto-Burman 2 Except for the dashes between syllables, and for ʔ, which the Garos write with a raised dot, the transcription used here for Garo is identical to the written conventions used by the Garos, themselves.
The root for the first person singular pronoun in all Boro-Garo languages is aŋ, whereas PTB had *ŋa-y (Matisoff 2003: 605). A selection from among s, c, j, r, l, w, y, h and several clusters usually complete the initials. The most common clusters are formed with -r or -l, but others occur sporadically as well. Syllable final consonants Syllable final consonants are fewer in number than syllable initials in Boro-Garo languages, and they are generally limited to three unvoiced and unreleased stops and three corresponding nasals, along with r or l.
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