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  1. Kuy language - Wikipedia

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    Kuy, also known as Kui or Kuay (Thai: ภาษากูย; Khmer: ភាសាកួយ), is a Katuic language, part of the larger Austroasiatic family spoken by the Kuy people of Southeast Asia. Kuy is one of the Katuic languages within the Austroasiatic family .

  2. Kuy people - Wikipedia

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    The Kuy language belongs to the Austroasiatic language family, within which several more closely related languages, including Bru, Ta-Oi, and Kuy, among others, make up the Katuic subgroup. Kuy accounts for the largest group of Katuic speakers with a recent estimates placing their numbers at 800,000, double the more conservative traditionally ...

    • 37,700 (2009)
    • 400,000 (2006)
    • 42,800 (2005)
  3. Kui language (India) - Wikipedia

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    Kui (କୁଇ)(also Kandh, Khondi, Khond, Khondo, Kanda, Kodu (Kōdu), Kodulu, Kuinga (Kūinga), Kuy) is a South-Eastern Dravidian language spoken by the Khonds. It is mostly spoken in Odisha, and written in the Odia script. With 941,988 registered native speakers, it figures at rank 29 in the 1991 Indian census.

    • 941,000 (2011 census)
    • India
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  5. Talk:Kuy language - Wikipedia

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    Juk language is classified in the Bahnaric languages subfamily while Kuy is part of the Katuic languages. The Bahnaric and Katuic branches have no common innovations and so do not form a valid node within Austroasiatic.

  6. The Kuy language belongs to the Austroasiatic language family, within which several more closely related languages, including Brao/Bru, Ta-Oi, and Kuy, among others, make up the Katuic subgroup. Kuy accounts for the largest group of Katuic speakers with a recent estimates placing their numbers at 800,000, double the more conservative ...

  7. Umpila language - Wikipedia

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    Geographic distribution. The land territory associated with the Umpila language group is located along the northeastern coast of Cape York Peninsula and stretches from the northern end of Temple Bay south to the Massey Creek region at the top of Princess Charlotte Bay, and west of the Great Dividing Range towards the township of Coen.

  8. Kuy teav - Wikipedia

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    Kuy teav or kway teow (Khmer: គុយទាវ) is a Cambodian noodle soup consisting of rice noodles with pork stock and toppings. A popular breakfast dish in Cambodia, kuy teav can be found at marketplace (phsar) stalls, roadside vendors, restaurants and in shophouses across the country, and is distinguished by its clear broth and array of herbs, aromatics and other garnishes and condiments.

  9. Língua kuy – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

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    Kuy é falado em Isan, Tailândia por cerca de 300 mil pessoas, em Saravane, Savannakhet (província) e Sekong do Laos por cerca de 64 mil pessoas; e na Preah Vihear, Stung Treng e Kampong Thom 9província) do norte do Camboja por 15,5 mil.

  10. Qʼanjobʼal language - Wikipedia

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    Qʼanjobʼal (also Kanjobal) is a Mayan language spoken primarily in Guatemala and part of Mexico.According to 1998 estimates compiled by SIL International in Ethnologue, there were approximately 77,700 native speakers, primarily in the Huehuetenango Department of Guatemala.

  11. Chavay Kuy - Wikipedia

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    Chavay Kuy (Khmer: ចៅហ្វាយ គុយ), hay còn gọi là Oknha Son Kuy (Khmer: សឺន គុយ), là thống đốc người Khmer tỉnh Trapeang (nay là Trà Vinh). Ông bị Nhà Nguyễn chặt đầu năm 1841, đổi lại để được giữ truyền thống văn hoá cho người Khmer Krom. Ông được dùng làm biểu tượng cho các hoạt động, ý ...