Jumli is a language of Nepal closely related to Nepali, and sometimes considered a dialect of it, though they are not close enough to understand complex discourse. Dialects include Chaudhabis, Sinja, Asi and Paanchsai. The 2011 Nepal census put the number of native speakers at 851.

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  • Jumli is a language of Nepal closely related to Nepali, and sometimes considered a dialect of it, though they are not close enough to understand complex discourse. Dialects include Chaudhabis, Sinja, Asi and Paanchsai. The 2011 Nepal census put the number of native speakers at 851. (en)
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  • Jumli is a language of Nepal closely related to Nepali, and sometimes considered a dialect of it, though they are not close enough to understand complex discourse. Dialects include Chaudhabis, Sinja, Asi and Paanchsai. The 2011 Nepal census put the number of native speakers at 851. (en)
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