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    Thailand (74 Living languages) :

    1. Aheu (Phon Soung, So, Sotawueng)
    2. Akeu (Aki, Akui)
    3. Akha (Ahka, Aini, Ak’a, Aka, Ekaw, Ikaw, Ikor, Kaw, Kha Ko, Khako, Khao Kha Ko, Ko, Yani)
    4. Ban Khor Sign Language
    5. Bisu (Mbisu, Mibisu)
    6. Blang (Bulang, Hkawa, K’ala, K’wa, Kawa, Khon Doi, Kontoi, Plang, Pula, Pulang, Sen Chun, Wa)
    7. Bru, Western (B’ru, Baru, Bruu)
    8. Cham, Western (Cambodian Cham, Cham, New Cham, Tjam)
    9. Chiangmai Sign Language (Chiengmai Sign Language)
    10. Chinese, Hakka (Hakka)
    11. Chinese, Mandarin
    12. Chinese, Min Dong (Eastern Min)
    13. Chinese, Min Nan (Min Nan, Minnan)
    14. Chinese, Yue (Cantonese, Yue, Yueh)
    15. Chong (Chawng, Shong, Xong)
    16. Hmong Daw (Bai Miao, Chuan Miao, Hmong Der, Hmoob Dawb, Meo Kao, Pe Miao, Peh Miao, White Hmong, White Lum, White Meo, White Miao)
    17. Hmong Njua (Mong Ntsua, Hmong Nzhua, Blue Hmong, Blue Meo, Tak Miao, Green Hmong, Green Meo, Qing Miao, Ching Miao, Lu Miao; Meo Dam, Meo Lai, Hmong Lens, Hmoob Leeg)
    18. Iu Mien (Highland Yao, Mian, Mien, Myen, Pan Yao, Yao, Yiu Mien, Youmian)
    19. Karen, Pa’o (Black Karen, Pa Oh, Pa’0, Pa-U, Taungtu)
    20. Karen, Phrae Pwo (Northeastern Pwo Karen, Phrae, Prae, Pwo Phrae)
    21. Karen, Pwo Northern (Phlong)
    22. Karen, Pwo Western Thailand (Phlou, Southern Pwo Karen)
    23. Karen, S’gaw (Burmese Karen, Kanyaw, Karen, Paganyaw, Pwakanyaw, S’gau, S’gaw, S’gaw Kayin, White, Yang Khao)
    24. Kayah, Eastern (Karennyi, Kayah, Kayay, Red Karen, “Yang Daeng”)
    25. Kensiu (Belubn, Kense, Kenseu, Kensieu, Kensiw, Maniq, Mawas, Mengo, Meni, Menik, Moni, Monik, Moniq, Mos, Ngok Pa, Orang Bukit, Orang Liar, Sakai, Tiong)
    26. Khmer, Northern (Khmer Lue, Thailand Khmer)
    27. Khmu (Kamhmu, Kammu, Kamu, Kha Khmu, Khamu, Khamuk, Khmu’, Kmhmu, Luu, Mou, Pouteng, Tmooy)
    28. Khün (Gon Shan, Hkun, Khuen, Khun Shan, Tai Khun)
    29. Kintaq (Kenta, Kintaq Bong, Kintk)
    30. Korean
    31. Kuy (Cuoi, Khamen-Boran, Kui, Kui Souei, Kuoy, Kuuy, Soai, Suai, Suay, Suei, Sui, Suoi)
    32. Lahu (Lohei, Muhso, Muhsur, Musser, Musso, Mussuh)
    33. Lahu Shi
    34. Lamet (Kamet, Kha Lamet, Khamet, Lemet)
    35. Lawa, Bo Luang (Bo Luang Lawa, “Lua”)
    36. Lawa, Mae Hong Son (L’wa, Lava, Lavüa, “Lua” , Luwa, Mae Hong Son Lawa, Mountain Lawa, Omphai Lawa)
    37. Lisu (Li-Hsaw, Li-Shaw, Lisaw, Liso, Lu-Tzu, Southern Lisu, Yao Yen, Yaw Yin, Yaw-Yen, Yeh-Jen)
    38. Lü (Lu, Lue, Pai-I, Pai-Yi, Shui-Pai-I, Tai Lu, Tai Lue, Thai Lu)
    39. Lua’ (East Pua Pray, Pray 2)
    40. Mal (Ht’in, Khatin, T’in, Thin, Tin)
    41. Malay, Pattani (Thai Islam)
    42. Malay, Satun (Kedah Malay)
    43. Mlabri (Luang, Ma Ku, Mabri, Mla, Mla Bri, Mrabri, Phi Thong, Yellow Leaf, Yumbri)
    44. Mok (Amok, Hsen-Hsum, Muak, Muak Sa-aak)
    45. Moken (Basing, Chau Ko’, Mawken, Salon, Salong, Selong, Selung)
    46. Moklen (Chau Pok)
    47. Mon (Aleng, Mun, Peguan, Takanoon, Talaing, Taleng)
    48. Mpi (Kaw)
    49. Nyahkur (Chao Dong, “Chaobon” , “Chaobun” , Chaodon, “Chaubun” , Lawa, Niakuol, Niakuoll, Nyakur)
    50. Nyaw (Jo, Nyo, Nyoh, Yo)
    51. Nyeu (Yeu, Yoe)
    52. Palaung, Pale (Di-Ang, Ngwe Palaung, Palay, Pale, Silver Palaung, Southern, Ta-Ang)
    53. Phu Thai (Phutai, Phuu Thai, Putai, Puthai)
    54. Phuan (Lao Phuan, Phu Un)
    55. Phunoi (Phounoy, Phu Noi, Punoi)
    56. Prai (Thin)
    57. Pray 3
    58. Saek (Sek, Tai Sek)
    59. Shan (Great Thai, “Ngeo” , “Ngiao” , “Ngiaw” , “Ngio” , “Ngiow” , Sam, Sha, Tai Luang, Tai Shan, Tai Yay, Thai Yay)
    60. Sô (Kha So, Thro)
    61. Tai Dam (Black Tai, Jinping Dai, Tai Noir, Thai Den)
    62. Tai Nüa (Chinese Shan, Dehong Dai, Tai Man, Tai Neua)
    63. Tai Ya (Huayaodai, Ya)
    64. Thai (Central Tai, Siamese, Standard Thai, Thaiklang)
    65. Thai Sign Language
    66. Thai Song (Lao Song, Lao Song Dam, Song)
    67. Thai, Northeastern (Isaan, Isan, Issan, Thai Isaan)
    68. Thai, Northern (Kam Mu’ang, Kammüang, Kammyang, Khon, Khon Meang, Khon Myang, La Nya, Lan Na, Lanatai, Lanna, Mu’ang, Mung, Myang, Northern Thai, Payap, Phayap, Phyap, Tai Nya, Tai Yon, Tai Yuan, Western Laotian, “Yuan”)
    69. Thai, Southern (Dambro, Pak Tai, Pak Thai, Paktay)
    70. Tonga (Mos)
    71. Ugong (’Ugong, Gong, Lawa, Ugawng)
    72. Urak Lawoi’ (Chaw Talay, Chawnam, Lawoi, Lawta, Orak Lawoi’)
    73. Yong (Nyong)
    74. Yoy (Dioi, Jui, Yoi, Yooi, Yooy)

     

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