Chrau /ˈtʃraʊ/ is a Bahnaric language spoken by some of the 22,000 ethnic Cho Ro people in southern Vietnam. Unlike most languages of Southeast Asia, Chrau has no lexical tone, though it does have significant sentence intonation.

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  • Chrau /ˈtʃraʊ/ is a Bahnaric language spoken by some of the 22,000 ethnic Cho Ro people in southern Vietnam. Unlike most languages of Southeast Asia, Chrau has no lexical tone, though it does have significant sentence intonation. (en)
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  • South Bahnaric
  • Stieng–Chrau
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  • Chrau
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  • Chrau /ˈtʃraʊ/ is a Bahnaric language spoken by some of the 22,000 ethnic Cho Ro people in southern Vietnam. Unlike most languages of Southeast Asia, Chrau has no lexical tone, though it does have significant sentence intonation. (en)
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  • Chrau language (en)
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  • Chrau (en)
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