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[mass noun] One of the Bihari group of languages, spoken by some 25 million people in northern Bihar, elsewhere in India, and in Nepal.
- ‘These are as important contribution to the Maithili literature as are the writings of upper caste.’
- ‘For ‘Chitchor’ I had to sing in Maithili language, which is one of the native languages of Bihar.’
- ‘In India, for instance, Maithili was claimed as a mother tongue by over 6 million people in the 1971 census.’
- ‘With the help of my respondents I have classified Maithili folksongs into seven groups elaborated below.’
- ‘All of our Maithili translators are mother tongue speakers who live in-country.’
Sanskrit (as an adjective), from Mithilā, a place in northern Bihar.
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