Noakhailla is an eastern Indo-Aryan language spoken by about 7 million people mainly in the Greater Noakhali District in the Chittagong Division in the southeast of Bangladesh, and in the south of Tripura state in the northeast of India. There are also speakers of Noakhailla in other parts of Bangladesh, and in Europe, the Middle East and the USA.
Noakhailla is spoken by the Noakhailla people, and is used as a lingua franca by Kok-Borok and Chakma peoples in order to interact with the Noakhaillas.
Noakhailla is also known as Noakhali Bengali or Noakhalian. It is classified as a dialect of Bengali by some people. The language has no official status and there is a shift to Bengali, particularly among younger Noakhailla people.
In the past Noakhailla was written with the Arabic script. Nowadays Latin and Eastern Nagari (Bengali) alphabets are used.
তুঁই যিন্দেঁগীত ক দফা হুইস্য হিঁয়েঁনে কিচ্ছু যা আইয়্যে না, ক্বারন তোঁয়াঁল্লে বুলি এগদফা জিতন অইলো যেঁনকি যেদেগিন হুইস্য হেগিন বেজ্ঞিনের যোয়াব"
tûi zïndegit kó dofā hüissho hïyãne kicchu zà àiye nà, kàrön tõãllē bûli eg dofā zitōn òilò zênki zedegïn hüissho hegïn beggïner zóyāb
It doesn't metter how many times you loose in your life. Because when you win, it turns out to be the answer of all the losses you've had.
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