Akha

noun \ˈä-kə\

Definition of Akha

plural

Akha

  1. :  the most southerly group of Lolo-speaking Tibeto-Burman people forming a large part of the hill tribes of Shan State, Burma, and scattered in adjoining sections of southern Yunnan province of southern China, Laos, and northern Thailand

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1835

First Known Use of akha

1835


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