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O’du language

O’du
Ơ Đu
Native to Vietnam, Laos
Ethnicity O Du people
Native speakers
950 (1999 & 2005 censuses)[1]
Language codes
ISO 639-3 tyh
Glottolog oduu1239[2]

O’du (Ơ Đu), or Iduh, is a Mon–Khmer language of Vietnam and Laos. In Vietnam, it is spoken by about 300 people in Tương Dương district, Nghệ An province (Đặng, et. al 2010).

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