From: Richard Cook (rscook@socrates.Berkeley.EDU)
Date: Thu Sep 11 2003 - 13:02:12 EDT
On Thursday, Sep 11, 2003, at 09:42 US/Pacific, Michael Everson wrote:
> At 11:04 -0400 2003-09-11, Patrick Andries wrote:
>> Does TAI LE, encoded in Unicode 4.0, refer to the same language as
>> TAI NÜA ?
>> If so, isn't TAI NÜA the most frequently used form of this language ?
> According to the Ethnologue it is. According to the Chinese experts
> who transcribed the name working with me, it's Tai Le. The Le by the
> way is pronounced just like the masculine definite article in French.
> Donc « Taï Le ».
I'm guessing that "Tai Le" would be the exonym (Chinese name), while
"TAI NÜA" is the autonym.
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