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  1. Suoy language - Wikipedia

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    Suoy is an endangered Pearic language of Cambodia spoken by a decreasing number of people, mainly older adults. It is spoken in Kampong Speu Province and Pursat Province, in the Phumi Krang Trachak area (Ethnologue).

    • 860 (2007)
    • Cambodia
  2. Talk:Suoy language - Wikipedia

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    This article is within the scope of WikiProject Languages, a collaborative effort to improve the coverage of standardized, informative and easy-to-use resources about languages on Wikipedia. If you would like to participate, please visit the project page, where you can join the discussion and see a list of open tasks.

  3. Pearic languages - Wikipedia

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    The Pearic languages (alternative called the Chongic languages) are a group of endangered languages of the Eastern Mon–Khmer branch of the Austroasiatic language family, spoken by Pear people (the Por, the Samré, the Samray, the Suoy, and the Chong) living in western Cambodia and eastern Thailand.

    • Proto-Pearic
    • AustroasiaticPearic
  4. Sa'och language - Wikipedia

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    Classification. Sa'och is an Austroasiatic language. Within the Austroasiatic family, Sa'och is a member of the Pearic languages, a subgroup consisting of a handful of dying languages, including Suoy, Pear, Chong and Samre, spoken by small numbers of ethnic minorities living mostly in far western Cambodia and adjacent areas of Thailand.

  5. Demographics of Cambodia - Wikipedia

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    Between 1874 and 1921, the total population of Cambodia increased from about 946,000 to 2.4 million. By 1950, it had increased to between 3,710,107 and 4,073,967, and in 1962 it had reached 5.7 million.

    • 22.5 births/1,000 population, (2018 est.)
    • 1.63% (2014)
    • 6.0 deaths/1,000 population, (2018 est.)
    • 16,249,792 (2018 est.)
  6. About: Pearic languages - DBpedia

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    The Pearic languages are a group of endangered languages of the Eastern Mon–Khmer branch of the Austroasiatic language family, spoken by Pear people (the Por, the Samré, the Samray, the Suoy, and the Chong) living in western Cambodia and southeastern Thailand.

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    南亚语系旧称孟—高棉语系,也译作澳斯特罗-亚细亚语系(或澳亚语系),是世界主要语系之一。 该语系主要分布于中南半岛、印度 比哈尔邦和尼科巴群岛、孟加拉国以及中国 云南等地,使用者约1.17亿,包括越南语、高棉语、孟语、佤语等一百多种语言。

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    高棉人 Khmer ខ្មែរ; 總人口; 至少1200萬: 分佈地區 柬埔寨 930萬 至1370萬 泰國 > 120萬 越南 100萬 至140萬 美國 276,667 法國 80,000 澳大利亚

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