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A Bihari language spoken in central Bihar and West Bengal.
- ‘The cover term ‘Bihari’ is used for Bhojpuri, Maithili, and Magahi.’
- ‘The ancestor of Magahi, from which its name derives, Magadhi Prakrit, is believed to be the language spoken by the Buddha, and the language of the ancient kingdom of Magadha.’
- ‘Her research areas include pedagogical grammars of Hindi, linguistic structure of Magahi, and Magahi folklore.’
- ‘The Magadhi language (also known as Magahi) is a language spoken by 11,362,000 people in India.’
- ‘Some of these (e.g., on Assamese, Oriya, Maithili, Magahi, Bhojpuri, Sindhi, Konkani, and Kashmiri) are especially valuable because, until recently at least, comprehensive modern descriptions of these languages have not been available.’
Relating to Magahi.
- ‘Enter the email address and name of a friend or colleague in the following form to send them a copy of the Magahi version of Universal Declaration of Human Rights.’
- ‘The people of this region primarily speak Bhojpuri (spoken by more than 200 million worldwide including more than 10 countries spanning 4 continents), though there are also sizeable Magahi speakers.’
From Hindi Magadhī ‘of Magadha’.
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