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Phuong language

Phuong
High Katu
East Katu
Native to Vietnam
Ethnicity Katu
Native speakers
66,000 (1999–2000)[1]
Austroasiatic
  • Katuic
    • Katu languages
      • Phuong
Language codes
ISO 639-3 Either:
phg – Phuong
ktv – Eastern Katu
Glottolog phuo1238  (Phuong)[2]
east1236  (Eastern Katu)[3]

Phuong, or High Katu, is a Katuic language (Mon-Khmer) of Vietnam.


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