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ISO 639-3: mji

The combined catalog of all OLAC participants contains the following resources that are relevant to this language:

Other known names and dialect names: Chasan Yao, Coc Mun, Dao Ao Dai, Dao Ho, Dao Lam Dinh, Dao Quan Trang, Dao Thanh Y, Gem Mun, Great Tunic Yao, Hainan Miao, Jim Mun, Jinmen, Kem Mun, Kimmun, Lan Ten, Lan Tin, Lanten, Lantin, Lowland Yao, Man Lan-Tien, Man Lantien, Men, Mun, Red Trouser Yao, Shanzi Yao

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Resources about the language

  1. ONLINEThe Mun Language of Hainan Island. Shintani, Tadahiko L. A.; Yang, Zhao. 1990. Institute for the Study of Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa. oai:refdb.wals.info:1321
  2. ONLINEA view on Proto-Mjuenic (Yao). Theraphan L.-Thongkum. 1993. Mon-Khmer Studies. oai:sil.org:8301
  3. ONLINESubgrouping of Mienic languages: some observations. Sidwell, Paul; Aumann, Greg. 2004. Arizona State University, Program for Southeast Asian Studies. oai:sil.org:6316
  4. ONLINEHmong-Mien demonstratives and pattern persistence. Ratliff, Martha. 1997. Mon-Khmer Studies. oai:sil.org:8083

Other known names and dialect names: Chasan Yao, Coc Mun, Dao Ao Dai, Dao Ho, Dao Lam Dinh, Dao Quan Trang, Dao Thanh Y, Gem Mun, Great Tunic Yao, Hainan Miao, Jim Mun, Jinmen, Kem Mun, Kimmun, Lan Ten, Lan Tin, Lanten, Lantin, Lowland Yao, Man Lan-Tien, Man Lantien, Men, Mun, Red Trouser Yao, Shanzi Yao

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