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Cuoi language


Cuói, known as Thổ in Vietnam and as Hung in Laos,[1] is a dialect cluster spoken by around 70,000 Thổ people in Vietnam and a couple thousand in Laos, mainly in the provinces of Bolikhamxai and Khammouan.

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