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      • Khmer is the official language of Kampuchea/Cambodia. Its script was the base for the Thai script, although Thai does not use subscript consonants. One thing that makes it particularly difficult for many foreigners to learn is that Khmer words are not separated in a sentence and the sounds are quite hard for foreigners to replicate.
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  2. Khmer language - Wikipedia

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    Khmer Krom, or Southern Khmer, is the first language of the Khmer of Vietnam while the Khmer living in the remote Cardamom mountains speak a very conservative dialect that still displays features of the Middle Khmer language. Khmer is primarily an analytic, isolating language. There are no inflections, conjugations or case endings.

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  3. Khmer is the official language of Kampuchea/Cambodia. Its script was the base for the Thai script, although Thai does not use subscript consonants. One thing that makes it particularly difficult for many foreigners to learn is that Khmer words are not separated in a sentence and the sounds are quite hard for foreigners to replicate.

    • pʰiːəsaː kʰmaːe
    • 16 million (2007), 1 million L2 speakers
  4. Austroasiatic languages - Wikipedia

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    The Austroasiatic languages / ˌɔːstroʊ.eɪʒiˈætɪk /, also known as Mon–Khmer / moʊnˌkəˈmɛər /, are a large language family of Mainland Southeast Asia, also scattered throughout parts of India, Bangladesh, Nepal, and southern China. There are around 117 million speakers of Austroasiatic languages.

  5. Khmer numerals - Wikipedia

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    Proto-Khmer is the hypothetical ancestor of the modern Khmer language bearing various reflexes of the proposed proto-Mon–Khmer language. By comparing both modern Khmer and Angkorian Khmer numbers to those of other Eastern Mon–Khmer (or Khmero-Vietic) languages such as Pearic , Proto-Viet–Muong, Katuic , and Bahnaric ; it is possible to establish the following reconstructions for Proto-Khmer.

  6. Khmer Loeu - Wikipedia

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    In the Khmer language, an alternative, though unrelated, use of the term "Khmer Loeu" is in reference to the Northern Khmer people. Ethnic Khmers sometimes use a tripartite division to differentiate Khmers native to Thailand , Cambodia or Vietnam .

  7. Khmer script - Wikipedia

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    The Khmer script (Khmer: អក្សរខ្មែរ [ʔaʔsɑː kʰmae]) is an abugida (alphasyllabary) script used to write the Khmer language (the official language of Cambodia). It is also used to write Pali in the Buddhist liturgy of Cambodia and Thailand.

  8. Proto-Austroasiatic - Wikipedia

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    The Proto-MonKhmer languageis the reconstructedancestor of the MonKhmer languages, a purported primary branch of the Austroasiatic language family.

  9. Khmer Krom - Wikipedia

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    In Khmer, Krom means "low" or "below".“Krom” is added to differentiate from Khmer in Cambodia.Most Khmer Krom lives in Kampuchea Krom, the southern lowland region of historical Cambodia covering an area of 89,000 square kilometres (34,363 sq mi) around modern day Ho Chi Minh City and the Mekong Delta, which used to be the southeasternmost territory of the Khmer Empire until its ...

  10. ភាសាខ្មែរ - វិគីភីឌា

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    អក្សរខ្មែរ. អក្សរ តាម ពាក្យ សំស្ក្រឹត មាន ន័យ ថា ទន់ ភ្លន់ អាច បត់ បែន បាន អាច យក ទៅ ច្នៃ បាន តាម ការ ផ្សំ ជា មួយ ស្រៈ តាម ការ ប្រកប ជា មួយ នឹង ព្យញ្ជនៈ ...

  11. Khmer. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Khmer might mean: Anything to do with the Khmer people, an ethnic group in Cambodia. Khmer language. Khmer Rouge. This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Khmer.