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Pear language

Pronunciation [peə]
Native to Cambodia
Region Preah Vihear (formerly part of Kampong Thom)
Native speakers
1,700 (2002)[1]
Language codes
ISO 639-3 pcb
Glottolog pear1247[2]

Pear is an endangered Mon-Khmer language of Cambodia. "Pear" is a pejorative term for the historical slave caste of the Khmer, but nonetheless is the usual term in

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