See also: assamese

English edit

Etymology edit

From Assam +‎ -ese.

Adjective edit

Assamese (comparative more Assamese, superlative most Assamese)

  1. Of, from or relating to the northeast-Indian state of Assam, or the region for which it is named.
  2. In or relating to its majority people's Indo-Aryan language.
    Only three in five Assamese (citizens of Assam) are linguistic Assamese.

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Noun edit

Assamese (plural Assameses or Assamese)

  1. A member of the people of Assam.

Proper noun edit

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  1. The Indo-Aryan language spoken by the majority people in the state of Assam, NE India.

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Assamese edition of Wiktionary