Kuy, also known as Kui, Soui or Kuay (Thai: ภาษากูย; Khmer: ភាសាកួយ), is a Katuic language, part of the larger Austroasiatic family spoken by the Kuy people of Southeast Asia. Kuy is one of the Katuic languages within the Austroasiatic family. It is spoken in Isan, Thailand by about 300,000 people, in Salavan, Savannakhet and Sekong Provinces of Laos by about 64,000; and in Preah Vihear, Stung Treng and Kampong Thom Provinces of northern Cambodia by 15,500 people.

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  • Kuy, also known as Kui, Soui or Kuay (Thai: ภาษากูย; Khmer: ភាសាកួយ), is a Katuic language, part of the larger Austroasiatic family spoken by the Kuy people of Southeast Asia. Kuy is one of the Katuic languages within the Austroasiatic family. It is spoken in Isan, Thailand by about 300,000 people, in Salavan, Savannakhet and Sekong Provinces of Laos by about 64,000; and in Preah Vihear, Stung Treng and Kampong Thom Provinces of northern Cambodia by 15,500 people. (en)
  • Kuy (auch Soui, Kuay; Khmer: ភាសាគួយ, Thai: ภาษากุย) ist eine der Katu-Sprachen, die den Austroasiatischen Sprachen angehören. Kuy ist eine der wichtigsten Sprachen der Mon-Khmer-Sprachfamilie. Sie wird gesprochen in * Thailand (Nordosten, Isan, etwa 400.000 Sprecher; die allermeisten sind (mindestens) bilingual und sprechen auch Laotisch/Isan, Thai und/oder nördliches Khmer) * Laos (Provinzen Salavan, Savannakhet und Sekong, etwa 42.800 Sprecher) * Kambodscha (nordöstliche Provinzen Preah Vihear, Stung Treng und Kampong Thom, etwa 10.000 Sprecher; die meisten der 37.700 ethnischen Kuy in Kambodscha sprechen inzwischen Khmer) (de)
  • Le kuy (ou kuuy, kuay) est une langue môn-khmer parlée dans le Nord-Est de la Thaïlande, essentiellement dans les provinces de Surin, Si Saket et Buriram. Des communautés importantes résident aussi au Laos et au Cambodge. (fr)
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  • 2005 (xsd:integer)
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  • West Katuic
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  • Austro-Asiatic
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  • Kuy–Souei
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  • Kuy
  • Nyeu
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  • e18
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  • ca. 450,000
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  • Kuy, also known as Kui, Soui or Kuay (Thai: ภาษากูย; Khmer: ភាសាកួយ), is a Katuic language, part of the larger Austroasiatic family spoken by the Kuy people of Southeast Asia. Kuy is one of the Katuic languages within the Austroasiatic family. It is spoken in Isan, Thailand by about 300,000 people, in Salavan, Savannakhet and Sekong Provinces of Laos by about 64,000; and in Preah Vihear, Stung Treng and Kampong Thom Provinces of northern Cambodia by 15,500 people. (en)
  • Le kuy (ou kuuy, kuay) est une langue môn-khmer parlée dans le Nord-Est de la Thaïlande, essentiellement dans les provinces de Surin, Si Saket et Buriram. Des communautés importantes résident aussi au Laos et au Cambodge. (fr)
  • Kuy (auch Soui, Kuay; Khmer: ភាសាគួយ, Thai: ภาษากุย) ist eine der Katu-Sprachen, die den Austroasiatischen Sprachen angehören. Kuy ist eine der wichtigsten Sprachen der Mon-Khmer-Sprachfamilie. Sie wird gesprochen in (de)
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  • Kuy language (en)
  • Kuy (de)
  • Kuy (fr)
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  • Kuy (en)
  • Cuoi (en)
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