Rengmitca is a highly endangered Kuki-Chin language of Bangladesh. It is distinct but closely related to the nearby languages Khumi and Mro. There are fewer than 30 speakers left as of 2014 (Peterson 2015).
^ abPeterson, David A. 2015. An update on the status of Rengmitca. Paper presented at SoLE-4, Payap University.
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^Peterson, David. 2017. "On Kuki-Chin subgrouping." In Picus Sizhi Ding and Jamin Pelkey, eds. Sociohistorical linguistics in Southeast Asia: New horizons for Tibeto-Burman studies in honor of David Bradley, 189-209. Leiden: Brill.
Peterson, David A. 2013. "Rengmitca: The most endangered Kuki-Chin language of Bangladesh." In Nathan W. Hill and Thomas Owen-Smith, eds. Trans-Himalayan linguistics: Historical and descriptive linguistics of the Himalayan area, 313-327. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
Peterson, David A. 2014. The dynamics of Rengmitca's endangerment. Paper presented at SoLE-3, Yunnan Nationalities University.