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NAMES FOR DIVERSE RACES.
Northern Shans Burmese Chinese Mani- purese Khyens, Nagas, or Karens Assamese Kachyens Siamese
N Shans Burmese Chinese Manipurese Tai1 Shan Pa-i2 Kubbo,6or Pong Sam Man Mien,3 or Lau Mien Awa Kyei Tarok, or Tayok Khagi Kathei Moitei7 Kheng Khyen, Kayen, or Karen Hau8 Athan, or Weithali Weisali Tekau Han Yeh-Jen4 Yodia Shan Sien-Lo5
Assamese 9 Man, Khei Moglu Ahom Singpo Yutara
Kachyens Siamese Sam or Montara Mian Mang Mowa Khei Kassei Mung-lung Singpo, or Chinpaw Tai
The Burmese call the Shans of Zimme, Yun; of Kiang Tung, Gong;10 of Kiang Hung, Lu ; of Yunnan,
1 Tai Niu, Tai Nyai, or Great Tai, otheiwise Mau Tai, so called because their former capital was at Muang Mau. The classical, or Pali, name of Muang Mau was Kusambi.
2 Or Peyih, Pa-yeh, or Pe-youe. (The Chinese word Pa is said to mean acultivated highlands,a and aia barbarians.)
3 Lau is written in Chinese with a character meaning a old a
4 The same perhaps as I-Jen.
5 The Laos, Lau, Lo-ho, or Lo, were in the south-east of Indo-China before the Sien, Tai-noi, or Little Tai, or Yun Shans, arrived there. A great many Shans must have left the south of China when the Chinese annexed it, bc 139-108. Regarding Sien-Lo, vide Yuleas aMarco Polo,a vol ii. pp. 258-9.
6 Called Phong and Tai Niu by the people of Kiang Tung.
7 Perhaps Mau Tai, the name the Shans of the old Muang Mau kingdom were known by.
8 This name is given by the Shans of Kiang Tung and Kiang Hung to the Chinese.
9 Of the Shan race.
10 The Gongs, Gungs, or Guens are said by the Burmese to have been cannibals living a little to the north-west of the Nattik pass (a descent from the Shan tableland towards Mandalay); they were driven thence by a Burmese king about ad. 1017, and settled in10 The Gongs, Gungs, or Guens are said by the Burmese to have been cannibals living a little to the north-west of the Nattik pass (a descent from the Shan tableland towards Mandalay); they were driven thence by a Burmese king about ad. 1017, and settled in