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an extinct Thai language of Assam.
Historical Examples

These were Ahoms; their alphabet was Ahom, and the language Ahom.
The Natural History of the Varieties of Man Robert Gordon Latham

The Ahom, however, was Siamese; and probably the Khamti was a dialect of it.
The Natural History of the Varieties of Man Robert Gordon Latham

Though this sect was persecuted by the Ahom kings, they were strong enough to maintain themselves.
Hinduism And Buddhism, Volume II. (of 3) Charles Eliot


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