OLAC Record

Title:Mohen – History and Language
Contributor (compiler):Stephen Morey
Contributor (consultant):Mohen Rera
Phulbari (Ronrang village, Jagun)
Date Created:2011-11-08
Description:Three recordings in which Mohen Rera speaks about the Rera language and history. These consist of the following video files: SDM25-20111108-01_SM_JVC_Mohen_LanguageAndHistory.mp4 SDM25-20111108-02_SM_JVC_Mohen_LanguageAndHistory.mp4 SDM25-20111108-03_SM_JVC_Mohen_TangsaGroups.mp4 The details of these recordings are as follows: SDM25-20111108-01_SM_JVC_Mohen_LanguageAndHistory.mp4; Duration 13’54”; About the Rera language and history SDM25-20111108-02_SM_JVC_Mohen_LanguageAndHistory.mp4; Duration 0’23”; About the Rera language and history (continued) The two recordings, SDM25-20111108-01_SM_JVC_Mohen_LanguageAndHistory.mp4 and and SDM25-20111108-02_SM_JVC_Mohen_LanguageAndHistory.mp4 were automatically split by the JVC camera into two separate files because of the length of the recording. SDM25-20111108-03_SM_JVC_Mohen_TangsaGroups.mp4; Duration 7’53”; Mohen talks about all the different Tangsa groups and which of their languages he can understand. He names them as: Shike ‘Shangke’ More “Mungray’ Mimo ‘Ngaimong’ Gaqsa ‘Hahcheng’ Tikaq ‘Tikhak’ Yokuq ‘Yongkuk’ Longche ‘Longchang’ (nirum phi maq) 2’55” He says that there are some Nokyaq Sangwe ‘Sangwal’ Longche ‘Lungkhe’ Yoqli ‘Joglei’ – these are at Manmau Lachi ‘Langching’ – he says that there are not any villages 4’30” lachi phi mi se me ‘don’t understand Langching language’ Maitai – mi se me ‘does not understand’ Moqlum – there are many villages (rera phi maq moqlum) 5’45” Gaqwi – ‘Hawoi’ gaqwi phi nirum mi se me ‘we do not understand Hawoi language’ gaqwi gai gaq ha moqlum gai gaq ha Pontai – ‘Ponthai’ – does not understand’ Kalak gai ga ago ‘ there are no Kalak villages (in Assam) (Note: I have noted the affricate as being non-aspirated, but Mohen pronounes with aspiration, but aspiration is not contrastive in Rera) Although not recorded here, he also said that the Rera name for the Hakhun was Gaqkhun (level tone on khun)
Identifier (URI):https://hdl.handle.net/1839/4707fbae-9f20-479d-977f-5ff918f7bcca
Is Part Of:DoBeS archive : Tangsa, Tai, Singpho in North East India
Language:Tase Naga; Tangsa - Rera variety (general name Ronrang)
Language (ISO639):nst
Publisher:The Language Archive, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics
Subject:Tase Naga language
Tangsa - Rera variety (general name Ronrang)
Subject (ISO639):nst
Type (DCMI):MovingImage


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Citation: Stephen Morey (compiler); Mohen Rera (consultant). 2011-11-08. DoBeS archive : Tangsa, Tai, Singpho in North East India.
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