Bit (Khabit, Bid, Psing, Buxing) is an Austroasiatic language spoken by around 1,500 people in Phongsaly Province, northern Laos and in Mengla County, China. There are thought to be about another 500 speakers over the border in Yunnan Province, China. It has been classified as Palaungic, Khmuic, and as Mangic.

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  • Le bit, encore appelé khabit, khbit, buxing, du chinois 布兴, Bùxìng, est une langue môn-khmer parlée en Chine (500 locuteurs) et au Laos (1 530 locuteurs). (fr)
  • Bit (Khabit, Bid, Psing, Buxing) is an Austroasiatic language spoken by around 1,500 people in Phongsaly Province, northern Laos and in Mengla County, China. There are thought to be about another 500 speakers over the border in Yunnan Province, China. It has been classified as Palaungic, Khmuic, and as Mangic. (en)
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  • 1994 (xsd:integer)
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  • Austro-Asiatic
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  • bitt1240
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  • Bit
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  • Le bit, encore appelé khabit, khbit, buxing, du chinois 布兴, Bùxìng, est une langue môn-khmer parlée en Chine (500 locuteurs) et au Laos (1 530 locuteurs). (fr)
  • Bit (Khabit, Bid, Psing, Buxing) is an Austroasiatic language spoken by around 1,500 people in Phongsaly Province, northern Laos and in Mengla County, China. There are thought to be about another 500 speakers over the border in Yunnan Province, China. It has been classified as Palaungic, Khmuic, and as Mangic. (en)
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  • Bit (langue) (fr)
  • Bit language (en)
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  • Bit (en)
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