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This page presents data in languages of the family currently known as Tai-Kadai (Diller et al. 2008). Data from six language varieties are available: Tai Don - Tai Yo - Tai Paw - Tai Deng - Saek - Tai Khang - Khün. The data were recorded by Michel Ferlus, mostly from 1997 to 2003. Note that these unique data are working documents collected as part of research on Tai manuscripts and languages: they were not originally intended for applications such as acoustic-phonetic analysis; the recordings are of uneven technical quality.

Vocabulary was elicited by means of the EFEO-CNRS-SOAS Word List for Linguistic Fieldwork in Southeast Asia, available here.

Some of the read texts are from European libraries, others were investigated locally, making photographs of the originals, and collecting oral renderings by Tai consultants. Specifically, (i) Tay Yo manuscripts are from the library of Ecole Française d'Extrême-Orient in Paris ("Thaï 8", "Thaï 9" and "Thaï 10" manuscripts of the EFEO catalogue) and from the Maspero collection of the Société Asiatique; (ii) Lai Pao manuscripts are from Michel Ferlus's fieldwork with Pr. Trần Trí Dõi (Vietnam National University, Hanoi); (iii) Tay Dèng manuscripts are from the Archives d'Outre-Mer in Aix-en-Provence and from fieldwork; (iv) Tai Don texts are from fieldwork and from Minot (1949); (v) the Khün (Khœn) manuscript was collected during fieldwork. Further detail is provided in each document's metadata.

In due course, we would like to make the manuscrits available in this archive, together with time-aligned annotations and translations.

Short list of references:
Diller, Anthony, Edmondson, Jerold A. & Luo Yongxian (eds.) (2008). The Tai-Kadai languages. London & New York: Routledge.
Ferlus, Michel (1993). Phonétique et écriture du tai de Quy Châu (Vietnam). Cahiers de Linguistique Asie Orientale 22(1): 87-106.
Ferlus, Michel & Trần Trí Dõi (2001). L’écriture Lai Pao. Ngôn Ngữ 5: 19-27.
Ferlus, Michel (2006). Les Ecritures thaï du Vietnam. Cahiers de Linguistique Asie Orientale 35(2): 209-239.
Ferlus, Michel (2008). The Tai dialects of Nghệ An (Tay Dæng, Tay Yo, Tay Muong). In: The Tai-Kadai Languages ed by Antony Diller & al., 298–316.
Minot, Georges (1949). Vocabulaire français - thay blanc et éléments de grammaire. Paris: Publications de l'École française d'Extrême-Orient.

These materials were digitized by the International Research Institute MICA (HUST – CNRS/UMI-2954 – Grenoble INP) in partnership with CNRS-LACITO, as part of the DO-RE-MI-FA project (Sept. 2014-Feb. 2016), funded by the Digital Scientific Library, a programme of the French Ministry for Higher Education and Research. 


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1. Tai Don (White Tai, Tay Donx, Thái trắng)

Resources :

a All available resources here

About this language, see also a documentation project by Matthew Deo.

 

2. Tai Yo (Tay Yo) 

Resources :

a All available resources here

 

About Tai Yo, a.k.a. Tay Yo, see pp. 304-309 of: 

Ferlus, Michel. 2008. The Tai dialects of Nghệ An, Vietnam (Tay Daeng, Tay Yo, Tay Muong). In Anthony Diller, Jerold A. Edmondson & Luo Yongxian (eds.), The Tai-Kadai languages, 298–316. London & New York: Routledge.

This language variety is closely related to Tai Paw: diachronically, Tai Pao and Tai Yo are considered as originating in the same language (referred to by Michel Ferlus and other linguists as Tai Muong). Their great proximity is reflected in the peculiar treatment of some Proto-Southwestern Tai phonemes in both Tai Pao and Tai Yo.

The archived documents: two lexical surveys, and read manuscripts (c. 1997-2004); and folklore and vocabulary recorded in 2014

The recordings made available here were recorded from 1997 to 2004; an extra set of recordings was conducted in 2014. For information on the speakers, see the metadata accompanying each document. 


3. Tai Paw (Tay Pao, Tai Pao)

Resources :

a All available resources here

This language variety is closely related to Tai Yo: diachronically, Tai Pao and Tai Yo are considered as originating in the same language (referred to by Michel Ferlus and other linguists as Tai Muong). Their great proximity is reflected in the peculiar treatment of some Proto-Southwestern Tai phonemes in both Tai Pao and Tai Yo.

4. Tai Deng (Tai Daeng, Thái Thanh)

Resources :

a All available resources here



5. Saek (Sæk, Sèk)

Resources :

a All available resources here

This language originates in Northern Tai stock.


6. Tay Khang

Resources :

a All available resources here

(Only 1 document.)


7. Khün (Khœn)

Resources :

a All available resources here






1. Ngữ liệu tiếng Tai Don (White Tai, Tay Donx, Thái trắng)

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a All available resources here



2. Ngữ liệu tiếng Tai Yo (Tay Yo, Thái Mường/Thái Mương, Thái Hàng Tổng)

Resources :

a All available resources here

Presentation of the language

Về tiếng Tai Yo, xem: 

Ferlus, Michel. 2008. The Tai dialects of Nghệ An, Vietnam (Tay Daeng, Tay Yo, Tay Muong). In Anthony Diller, Jerold A. Edmondson & Luo Yongxian (eds.), The Tai-Kadai languages, 298–316. London & New York: Routledge (trang 304-309).
Trần Trí Dõi & Vi Khăm Mun. Tục ngữ và thành ngữ người Thái Mương. Hà Nội: Nhà Xuất Bản Văn Hóa Thông Tin. (Tập I: 2012, tập II: 2013, vv)

Tai Yo, được coi là phương ngữ của tiếng Thái Mường/Thái Mương = Thái Hàng Tổng.


3. Ngữ liệu tiếng Tai Pao (Tay Pao, Tai Paw)

Resources :

a All available resources here

Tai Pao, được coi là phương ngữ của tiếng Thái Mường/Thái Mương = Thái Hàng Tổng. Xem:

Ferlus, Michel. 2008. The Tai dialects of Nghệ An, Vietnam (Tay Daeng, Tay Yo, Tay Muong). In Anthony Diller, Jerold A. Edmondson & Luo Yongxian (eds.), The Tai-Kadai languages, 298–316. London & New York: Routledge.




4. Tai Deng (Tai Daeng, Thái Thanh)

Resources :

a All available resources here




5. Saek (Sæk, Sèk)

Resources :

a All available resources here




6. Tay Khang

Resources :

a All available resources here

(1 tập tin ghi âm.)


7. Khün (Khœn)

Resources :

a All available resources here


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