|Parshita; especially Temay, Kaisen, Azey|
|Linguistic classification:||One of Sahar's primary language families|
The Tiengic languages are a language family of Parshita. They are spoken over a large region from Shroziq to Temay, with a big presence in Azey and some areas of Kaisen. They are divided into the Darimic languages, the Tieu-Lia languages, and several other small branches. The largest languages of the family are Sossiji and Phuci.
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