Tibetan

[ US /tɪˈbɛtən/ ]
NOUN
  1. Himalayish language spoken in Tibet
  2. a native or inhabitant of Tibet
ADJECTIVE
  1. of or relating to or characteristic of Tibet or its people or their language
    Tibetan monks
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  • Both Mandarin ba and Cantonese baat go back to Proto-Sino-Tibetan *bʀyat but this word is without any reconstructable tone. Mommy, where do tones come from?
  • Not only by the immense number of adherents that were won to his views during his lifetime, but also by the literary productions he left behind him, Tsong K'aba's influence has been great during the last five centuries of Tibetan history. With the Tibetans in Tent and Temple: Narrative of Four Years' Residence on the Tibetan Borders, and of a Journey into the Far Interior
  • Discovered advocate the connection between composition and development of estate Tibetan medicine.
  • Tibetans around me were shaking their heads in sadness, because they were fearful for him, and others were openly agreeing with him. Kate Saunders: Pictures From Tibet That Tell a Story of Courage
  • Well-known breeds -- including dachshunds, poodles and collies -- will participate, as well as breeds you'll seldom see outside a dog show, such as the Chinese crested, Tibetan spaniel and spinone Italiano. Post-gazette.com - News
  • The Tibetan scarves that dance and beckon from the tables of street vendors are orange. Archive 2009-05-01
  • The highest mountain ranges of the world are under your fingers; and also, as the longest finger is the middle of the five, so the Karakorum is the central range of Tibetan mountains. From Pole to Pole A Book for Young People
  • The book clearly states that the "lamasery" of Shangri-La was in Tibet, that the native people were Tibetans, spoke the Tibetan language, practiced Tibetan Buddhism and polyandry, wore sheepskin robes and yak leather boots and believed that they were "descended from monkeys". Phayul Latest News
  • The A allele was the dominant allele in the most domestic pig populations investigated, while the B allele was the dominant allele in Meis-han pigs, Wuzhishan pigs, Tibetan pigs and Rongehang pigs.
  • You can see Indian and Chinese activists discuss government plans to dam the Yarlong Tsangpo (or Brahmaputra) on the Tibetan Plateau and in Northeast India. Peter Bosshard: Global Grassroots Network Emerges From "Rivers for Life" Meeting in Mexico
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