Austroasiatic languages Table

Austroasiatic languages
Austroasiatic stock areas where spoken*
Mon-Khmer family
Khasian branch Meghalaya (NE India)
Khasi, Synteng, Lyng-ngam
Amwi (War)
Palaungic branch (Palaung-Wa)
Kano' (Danau) NE Myanmar
Palaung-Riang subbranch NE Myanmar, SW China
Ta-ang (Palaung, Gold Palaung), Ka-ang
Da-ang (Pale, Silver Palaung)
Na-ang, Ra-ang
Riang, White-striped Riang, Black Riang
Angkuic subbranch
Angku (Kon-Keu), U, Hu SW China, NE Myanmar
Mok, Man-Met NE Myanmar, SW China, N Thailand
Khabit NW Laos
Samtao of Laos NW Laos
Lamet (Khamet), Ramet (Lua') NW Laos, N Thailand
Waic subbranch
Plang (Bu Lang, Samtao of Myanmar) SW China, NE Myanmar
Wa, Paraok, Avüa, Alva SW China, NE Myanmar
Phalok N Thailand
Lawa (Ravüa, Lua') N Thailand
Mang N Vietnam
Khmuic branch
Khmu (Kammu, Xa Khmu), Yuan N Laos, N Thailand
Mal (Thin, Prai, Phai, Lua') NW Laos, N Thailand
Mlabri, Yumbri N Thailand
Iduh (Odu, Thai Hat) NE Laos, NW Vietnam
Thai Then N Laos
Phong, Kaniang, Piat, Phong Lan NE Laos
Khsing Mul (Puoc, Ksing Mun) NE Laos, NW Vietnam
Khang NW Vietnam
Pakanic branch S China
Palyu (Bolyu, Lai)
Pakan (Bugan)
Vietic branch
Viet-Muong subbranch
Vietnamese (Kinh) Vietnam, S China
Muong, Nguon N Vietnam
Arem NW Vietnam
Sach, May, Ruc NW Vietnam
Thavung, Ahlau, Aheu (Phone Soung) C Laos
Maleng (Pakatan), Malieng C Laos, NW Vietnam
Tum, Cuoi, Pong, Uy-Lo, Khong-Kheng NW Vietnam, C Laos
Katuic branch
West Katuic subbranch
Bru, Makong, Kanay C Vietnam, C Laos, NE Thailand
So, Tri (Chali), Truy C Laos, NE Thailand
Kuay (Souei, Kuy), Yeu NE Thailand, S Laos, N Cambodia
East Katuic subbranch
Katu, Kantu, Phuong C Vietnam, C Laos
Pacoh C Vietnam, C Laos
Ngkriang (Ngeq) C Laos
Katang C Laos
Ta-oih (Ta-oi, Ta-uas), Ong, Yir C Laos
Bahnaric branch
West Bahnaric subbranch
Brao (Lave), Krung, Kravet S Laos, NE Cambodia
Jru' (Loven) S Laos
Nyah Heuny (Ngaheune) S Laos
Sok, Oy, Sou, Cheng, Sapuan S Laos
Northwest Bahnaric subbranch
Tarieng (Talieng) S Laos
Alak (Harlaak), Lawi S Laos
North Bahnaric subbranch
Kacho' NE Cambodia
Rengao C Vietnam
Sedang (Hatea), Tadrah, Didrah C Vietnam
Hre C Vietnam
Jeh, Halang, Kayong C Vietnam
Cua, Takua, Duan C Vietnam
Central Bahnaric subbranch
Bahnar C Vietnam
Tampuan NE Cambodia
South Bahnaric subbranch
Mnong, Biat, Phnong S Vietnam, SE Cambodia
Sre (Koho), Maa' S Vietnam
Stieng SE Cambodia
Chrau S Vietnam
Pearic branch
Chong SE Thailand
Chung (Sa-och) W Cambodia
Song of Trat SE Thailand
Samre (Eastern Pear) SE Thailand, W Cambodia
Samrai (Western Pear) W Cambodia
Song of Kampong Spoe C Cambodia
Pear of Kampong Thum N Cambodia
Khmeric branch Cambodia, NE and SE Thailand, S Vietnam
Khmer, Northern Khmer, Southern Khmer, Western Khmer
Old Khmer (Angkorian), Pre-Angkorian Old Khmer
Monic branch
Mon C and S Myanmar; N, W, and C Thailand
Old Mon C Myanmar; C, N, and NE Thailand
Nyah Kur (Chao Bon) C and NE Thailand
Aslian branch
North Aslian subbranch (Semang)
Kenta', Kensiw, Ten-en S Thailand, NW Malaysia
Jahai N Malaysia
Menriq N Malaysia
Bateg N and C Malaysia
Che' Wong (Siwang) C Malaysia
Senoic subbranch (Sakai)
Lanoh, Semnam, Sabum NW Malaysia
Temiar C Malaysia
Semai C Malaysia
Jah Hut (Jah Het) C Malaysia
South Aslian subbranch (Semelaic)
Betise' (Mah Meri, Besisi) S Malaysia
Semelai S Malaysia
Semaq Beri S Malaysia
Nicobarese branch Nicobar Islands (India)
Car, Chowra, Teresa, Bompaka
Nancowry (Central Nicobar), Camorta, Trinkat, Katchall
Coastal Great Nicobar, Little Nicobar
Munda family E India
North Munda subfamily
Korku Madhya Pradesh
Kherwari branch Bihar, Bengal, Orissa
Ho, Bhumij
South Munda subfamily
Central Munda branch Orissa, Bihar
Koraput Munda branch Orissa, Andhra Pradesh
Gutob, Remo
Sora (Savara), Juray, Gorum
*Capital letters denote direction; C stands for central.
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Universalium. 2010.

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