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Thami (Thangmi Kham or Thangmi Wakhe) is a language of Nepal.

Thangmi, known in Nepali as Thāmī, is a Tibeto-Burman language spoken by around 30,000 people in eastern Nepal. Unfortunately, much of this local knowledge is falling into disuse as fluency in Nepali increases.

Pronunciation guideEdit

VowelsEdit

ConsonantsEdit

Common diphthongsEdit

Phrase listEdit

BasicsEdit

Hello. 
Hara chha?.
Hello. (formal
Namaste.
How are you? 
Nangkai hara(kuni) chha?
What is your name? 
Nangko name hara ho?
My name is ______ . 
Gaiko name __________ ho.
Yes. 
Ho, hodu.
No. 
Matha.
I can't speak name of language
Gai uchhincha mattai nepali chijyangdu.
Do you speak English? 
Nang-e Angreji chijyangdu?
I am from _________ . 
Gai _________ ngi(ni) ho.
I would like _________.
Gai ______________ chyangadu
Where is the toilet? 
Paikhana(toilet) kuta hodu?

ProblemsEdit

NumbersEdit

TimeEdit

Clock timeEdit

DurationEdit

DaysEdit

MonthsEdit

Writing time and dateEdit

ColorsEdit

TransportationEdit

Bus and trainEdit

DirectionsEdit

TaxiEdit

LodgingEdit

MoneyEdit

EatingEdit

BarsEdit

ShoppingEdit

How much is this? 
Ka hani ho?

DrivingEdit

AuthorityEdit

Learning moreEdit

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