Moklen is an Austronesian language spoken on the western coast of southern Thailand. It is related to but distinct from the Moken language of Myanmar and southern Thailand. Unlike Moken, it is not spoken in Myanmar. Dialects. Larish (2005) lists three main Moklen areas in Thailand. Moklen is spoken mostly, but not exclusively, in Phang Nga ...
The Moklenic or Moken–Moklen languages consist of a pair of two closely related but distinct languages, namely Moken and Moklen.Larish (1999) establishes the two languages as forming two distinct subgroups of a larger Moken–Moklen branch.
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Moken is an Austronesian language spoken in southern Thailand and in the Mergui Archipelago of southern Burma. It is closely related to but distinct from Moklen. Dialects. From north to south the known Moken dialects are: Dung (635 speakers) Jait (331 speakers) Lebi, L'be (980 speakers) Niawi; Jadiak
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Exceptional cases of tonal languages are Moklen and a few languages of the Chamic, South Halmahera–West New Guinea and New Caledonian subgroups. Morphology. Most Austronesian languages are agglutinative languages with a relatively high number of affixes, and clear morpheme boundaries.
The group includes the Moken proper, the Moklen (Moklem), the Orang Sireh (Betel-leaf People), and the Orang Lanta. The last, the Orang Lanta, are a hybridized group formed when the Malay people settled the Lanta islands where the proto-Malay Orang Sireh had been living.
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