The Austro-Asiatic Language Family


  1.  Mon-Khmer:
    1. Aslian:
      1. Jah Hut: Jah Hut
      2. North Aslian:
        1. Chewong: Chewong 
        2. Eastern: Batek, Jehai, Minriq, Mintil
        3. Tonga: Ten'edn (Tonga)  
        4. Western: Kensiu, Kintaq  
      3. Senoic: Lanoh, Sabüm, Semai, Semnam, Temiar
      4. South Aslian: Mah Meri, Semalai, Semaq Beri, Temoq
    2. Eastern Mon-Khmer:
      1. Bahnaric:  
        1. Central BahnaricAlak, Bahnar, Romam, Tampuan
        2. East Bahnaric: Cua
        3. North Bahnaric:
              Kaco',
          Katua 
              East:  Kayong, Takua

              West:
                  
          Talieng, Trieng
                   Duan: Halang Duan
                   Jeh-Halang:
          Halang, Jeh
                  
          Rengao: Rengao
                   Sedang-Todrah:
                        Sedang: Hre, Sedang,

                           Todrah-Monom: Monom, Todra
        4. South Bahnaric:
               Budeh Stieng
                   Sre-Mnong:
                       Mnong:
                            Eastern Mong:
          Eastern Mnong
                            Southern-Central Mnong:
          Kraol, Central Mnong, Southern Mnong
                       Sre
          : Ko'ho, Maa
              
          Stieng-Chrau: Chrau, Mel-Khaonh, Bulo Stieng
        5. West Bahnaric:
               Lavi: Lavi
               Brao-Kravet
          : Kavet (Kravet), Krung, Lave (Brao), Sou
              
          Laven: Laven
              
          Nyahuen: Nyaheun
              
          Oi-The: Oy, Sapuan 
      2. Katuic:
        1. Central Katuic:
               
          Ir, Ong, Lower Ta'oih, Upper Ta'oih
        2. East Katuic:
               Katu-Pacoh:
                   Eastern Katu, Western Katu, Pacoh, Phuong, Tareng
               Ngeq-Nkriang: Khlor, Kriang (Ngeq) 
        3. West Katuic:
              
          Bru: Eastern Bru, Western Bru, Nothern Kataang, Southern Kataang, Khua,
              
          Kuay: Kuay, Nyeu
      3. Khmeric: Khmer, Northern Khmer
      4. Pearic:
        1. Eastern: Pear
        2. Western:
               Chong: Chong, Chung
               Samre: Samre, Somray

                Suoy: Su'ung (Suoy)
    3. Monic: Mon, Nyahkur
    4. Nicobar:
      1. Car: Car
      2. Chowra-Teressa: Sanenyo (Chaura), Luro (Teressa)
      3. Great Nicobar: Southern Nicobarese
      4. Central Nicobar: Mūöt (Nancowry)
      5. Shom Peng: Shom Peng
    5. Northern Mon-Khmer:
      1. Khasian: Khasi, Lyngngam, War, Pnar
      2. Khmuic:
        1. Khao: Khao
        2. Mal-Khmu':
               Khmu': Khmu', Khuen, O'du 
               Mal-Prai: Mal, Prai (Pray)
        3. Mlabri: Mlabri
        4. Xinh Mul: Phong-Kniang, Pouc
      3. Mang: Mang
      4. Palaungic:
        1. Eastern Palaungic:
                Angkuic
          : Hu, Kiorr, Kon Keu, Man-Met (Kemi), Mok, Muak-Sa-aak, Samtao, Tai Loi, U
               Bit-Khang: Bit (Phsing),
          Bumang, Kháng 
              
          Lametic: Con, Rmeet (Lamet)
              
          Waic:  
                   Bulang: Blang
                  
          Lawa:  Eastern Lawa, Western Lawa   
                   Wa: Awa, Parauk Wa, Vo-Wa
        2. Western Palaungic:
               
          Danau: Danau
              
          Palaung: Ruching Palaung (Pale Palaung), Rumai Palaung, Shwe Palaung   
              
          Riang: Riang Lai (Yinchia), Riang Lang
    6. Palyu: Bolyu (Palyu), Bugan
    7.  Viet-Muong:
      1. Chut: Arem, Chut, Kri, Maleng
      2. Cuoi: Hung, Tho
      3. Muong: Bo, Muong, Nguôn
      4. Thavung: Aheu
      5. Vietnamese: Vietnamese
  2. Munda:
    1. North Munda:
      1. Kherwari:
        1. Kherwariː Agariya, Bijori, Kodaku (Koraku)
        2. Mundari: Asuri, Birhor, Ho, Koda, Kol,  Korwa, Munda, Mundari
        3. Santali: Mahali, Santali, Turi
      2. Korku: Korku
    2. South Munda:
      1. Kharia-Juang: Juang, Kharia
      2. Koraput Munda:
        1. Gutob-Remo-Geta':
              Geta': Gata'
           
            Gutob-Remo: Bondo (Remo), Bodo Gadaba
        2. Sora-Juray-Gorum:
              Gorum: Parenga (Parengi / Gorum)
           
             Sora-Juray: Juray, Sora

    Note:  Languages and language groups preceded by a dagger (†) are extinct.


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