Definition of Kam-Tai
1. Noun. A family of Sino-Tibetan languages spoken in southeastern Asia.
Generic synonyms: Sino-tibetan, Sino-tibetan Language
Specialized synonyms: Kam-sui, Tai
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Literary usage of Kam-Tai
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1. The Hmong, 1987-1995: A Selected & Annotated Bibliography edited by Christina J. Smith (1996)
"An examination of the empirical evidence for competing, overlapping phonological changes in the Kam-Tai, Tibeto-Burman and Miao-Yao languages. ..."
2. A Tonic Dictionary of the Chinese Language in the Canton Dialect by Samuel Wells Williams (1856)
"... 'un tips plates and j dishes; fan' 4Zn, rice bowls; in, to clamp or mend dishes ; 'tin 'hau kam' tai' big as a bowl ; tai* 'Aoi 'un, ..."
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