Southeast Asian Peoples
Mon-Khmer is a major language family of southeast Asia. The language family derives its name from the two largest languages, Central Khmer, a language of Cambodia and Mon, a language of Myanmar, but 145 other languages are also classified within the Mon-Khmer language family. The Mon-Khmer people cluster encompasses this diverse mix of people groups, among whom Buddhism, Christianity, Islam and ethnic religions are all widely practiced.
Peoples within this cluster:
Aheu; Alak; Angku; Arem; Bahnar; Ben; Bit; Bo; Brao; Bugan; Bulang, Blang; Cali; Central Mnong; Chong; Chrau; Cua; Danau; De'ang, Rumai; Eastern Bru; Eastern Mnong; Halang; Halang Doan; Hre; Hu; Hung; Ir; Jeh; Jeng; Kaco; Kasseng; Katang; Kate; Katong; Katu; Kemei; Khang; Khao; Khlor; Khmer Keh; Khmer, Central; Khmu; Khua; Khuen; Koho; Kong Ge; Kraol; Kri; Krung; Kuan; Kui; Lamet; Laven; Lawa; Lawa, Eastern / Northern; Lua', East Pua Pray; Maa; Maleng; Mang; Manmet; Mel; Mlabri; Mon, Talaing; Muong; Ngae; Nguan; Nguon; Northern Khmer; Nyaheun; Nyahkur; O'Du; Oy; Pacoh; Palaung, Golden; Palaung, Silver; Palyu; Pong; Prai; Puman; Puok; Rengao; Riang-Lang; Romam; Rumai; Sa'och; Sach; Samre; Samtao; Sapuan; Sedang; Shui; So; Somray; Sou; Southern Mnong; Stieng, Bulo; Suoy; Ta'oih, Upper; Tai Doi; Talieng; Tamoy; Tampuan; Tareng; Thmaun; Tho; Tong; Tonga; Trieng; Va; Wa, Parauk; Western Bru; Western Lawa; Western Pear, Por
Countries where they are found:
Australia; Cambodia; Canada; China; France; Germany; Laos; Myanmar; Thailand; United Kingdom; United States; Vietnam
Unreached people groups:
Number of countries: