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  • proper n. The national language of Bhutan

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Examples

  • In an internal memorandum, Microsoft employees were told not to use the term Dzongkha in any Microsoft software, language lists or promotional materials since Doing so implies affiliation with the Dalai Lama, which is not acceptable to the government of China.

    More on Dzonghka: Microsoft's Morals

  • And then there are fragrances like L'Artisan's Dzongkha, which is lovely and most likely a tribute...but at what point does tribute cross the line into packaging that fantasy, and at what expense?

    Oriental Dreams

  • English is of zero use at a school meeting in Tashigang, Bhutan, where the language to know is Dzongkha.

    The English Is Coming!

  • Languages: Dzongkha (official), Bhotes speak various Tibetan dialects, Nepalese speak various Nepalese dialects

    Bhutan

  • BD: One of the favorite ones might be Dzongkha, because of its story, of its connection with Buddhist world, with Himalayas, Tibet and Nepal.

    Interview with Bertrand Duchaufour

  • If the only thing he ever did was Dzongkha that would be enough for me, and Timbuktu as well.

    Interview with Bertrand Duchaufour

  • Created and maintained by the University of Virginia Library, materials on the site are available in five languages: Chinese, Dzongkha, English, Tibetan, and Nepali.

    Archive 2006-03-01

  • This winter has been a lot about incense: Kamali incense, Zagorsk, Dzongkha, Gucci PH.

    Top 10 of Winter...and a Prize Draw

  • I get this to different degrees from Bois d'Ombrie, Sienne l'hiver, Paestum Rose, Dzongkha and Kyoto.

    Questions for Bertrand Duchaufour

  • I'm also wondering about that wonderful and unique peppery-earth accord that I get in Dzongkha and the Eau d'Italie scents.

    Questions for Bertrand Duchaufour

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