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  1. The Bengali–Assamese languages (also Gauda–Kamarupa languages) is a grouping of several languages. This group belongs to the Eastern zone of Indo-Aryan languages.

  2. The Bengali—Assamese script was originally not associated with any particular regional language, but was prevalent as the main script in the eastern regions of Medieval India for Old- and Middle-Indo-Aryan including Sanskrit. [14]

    • c. 1100–present
    • Abugida
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  4. The Bengali–Assamese script (also Eastern Nagari script) is the fifth most widely used writing system in the world. It is the basis of the Bengali, Assamese alphabet and Tirhuta (a mix of Devanagari and Eastern Nagari). It is also used to write Meitei ( Manipuri ), Kokborok ( Tripuri) and Bishnupriya Manipuri.

    Consonant
    Assamese
    Bengali
    Bishnupriyamanipuri
    khô
    khô
    khô
    ghô
    ghô
    ghô
  5. Bengali ( / bɛnˈɡɔːli / ben-GAW-lee ), [5] [6] also known by its endonym Bangla ( বাংলা, Bengali pronunciation: [ˈbaŋla] ), is an Indo-Aryan language native to the Bengal region of South Asia. It is the official, national, and most widely spoken language of Bangladesh and the second most widely spoken of the 22 scheduled languages of India.

  6. Assamese ( / ˌæsəˈmiːz / [4] ), also Asamiya ( [ɔxɔmija] অসমীয়া ), [5] is an Indo-Aryan language spoken mainly in the northeast Indian state of Assam, where it is an official language. It is the easternmost Indo-Aryan language, spoken by over 23 million speakers, [1] and serves as lingua franca of the region. [6]

  7. Assamese Sylheti Bengali Chakma Chittagonian Kamata Rohingya Hajong; ask xudh-, xudhpus kor- (investigate) zika- jiggaśa kor-, puchh-, jiggesh kor- pũs ɡor- bite kamur-, kamür mar- xamṛa-, xamor mar- kamoṛ mar- hõr- blow phu de-, phuk-, phu kor- fu de- phu de- breathe uxah lo- dom lo- šãš ne-, dom ne- bring an- an- an-, en- an- can ...

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