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Arakanese language

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Arakanese (also known as Rakhine) is a language closely related to Burmese. It is often considered a dialect of Burmese.[1] "Arakan" is the former name for the Rakhine region.


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  1. Okell, John (1995). "Three Burmese Dialects" (PDF). Papers in Southeast Asian Linguistics. 13.