Assamese, on the other hand, is remarkably free from these parasites, its vocabulary being mainly tadbhava.
But, son, I am angry that thou shouldst meddle in the business that belongs to these dirty Assamese jungle folk.
From what you say, a considerable proportion of the fellows you met up there were Assamese levies, raised by the Burmese.
There is no single Assamese nationality, and the Assamese language is merely a modern dialect of Bengali.
Assamese follows Bengali in its accentuation, but the language has never been the toy of euphuism.
The slightest personal acquaintance with the Assamese and their language, would have dispelled this myth for ever.
The Assamese are an interesting race, of distinct origin from the neighbouring Bengalis.
The villagers are Meereps, but seem to bear a small proportion to their Assamese slaves.
Assamese, again an English word, is spoken in the Assam Valley.
The above population consists almost entirely of Singphos and their Assamese slaves, and these last form a considerable portion.