Mon-Khmer



[mohn-kmair, -kuh-mair] /ˈmoʊnˈkmɛər, -kəˈmɛər/

noun
1.
a group of Austroasiatic languages that includes Mon, of Burma, and Khmer, the language of Cambodia.
adjective
2.
of or relating to the Mon-Khmer.
noun
1.
a family of languages spoken chiefly in Cambodia, Myanmar, and Assam; probably a member of the Austro-Asiatic phylum
adjective
2.
of or belonging to this family of languages

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