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ISO 639-3: mnw

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

Other known names and dialect names: Aleng, Central Mon, Martaban-Moulmein, Mon Nya, Mon Tang, Mon Te, Mou, Mun, Northern Mon, Pegu, Peguan, Raman, Rman, Rmen, Southern Mon, Takanoon, Talaing, Taleng, Teguan, Ye

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Primary texts

  1. ONLINEMon Genesis Translation. The British and Foreign Bible Society. 1951. The British and Foreign Bible Society. oai:rosettaproject.org:rosettaproject_mnw_gen-1

Lexical resources

  1. Mongo goishū. n.a. 1976. Tōkyō : Tōkyō Gaikokugo Daigaku Ajia Afurika Gengo Bunka Kenkyūjo. oai:gial.edu:11701
  2. ONLINEMon Swadesh List. n.a. n.d. The Rosetta Project: A Long Now Foundation Library of Human Language. oai:rosettaproject.org:rosettaproject_mnw_swadesh-1
  3. ONLINELexica: Mon et Nong Duu, Lamphun Province. Sujaritlak Deepadung. 1996. Mon-Khmer Studies. oai:sil.org:8063

Language descriptions

  1. ONLINEGlottolog 2.3 Resources for Mon. n.a. 2014. Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology. oai:glottolog.org:monn1252
  2. ONLINEKyansittha and the Indic words in Myanmar from Mon. Nai Pan Hla. 1998. Mon-Khmer Studies. oai:sil.org:8154
  3. ONLINEWALS Online Resources for Mon. n.a. 2008. Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology. oai:wals.info:mon
  4. ONLINEWOLD Resources for Modern Mon. n.a. 2013. Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology. oai:wold.clld.org:223
  5. ONLINEWOLD Resources for Mon. n.a. 2013. Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology. oai:wold.clld.org:224

Other resources about the language

  1. ONLINEMorphology and Syntax of Spoken Mon. Bauer, Christian Hartmut Richard. 1982. WALS Online RefDB. oai:refdb.wals.info:2153
  2. ONLINEA hypertext grammar of the Mon language. Albaugh, Jennifer. 2001. WALS Online RefDB. oai:refdb.wals.info:4311
  3. ONLINEGrammatical notes and vocabulary of the Peguan language. Haswell, J. M. 1901. American Baptist Mission Press. oai:refdb.wals.info:4522
  4. ONLINEDistributional properties of causative verbs in some Mon-Khmer languages. Alves, Mark J. 2001. Mon-Khmer Studies. oai:sil.org:8129
  5. ONLINEFrom Moulmein in Myanmar to Sangkhla Buri in Thailand: an ethnographic study of a Mon village. Sujaritlak Deepadung; Prapasri Dumsa-ard. 2007. Mon-Khmer Studies. oai:sil.org:8230
  6. ONLINENew infixes in spoken Mon. Jenny, Mathias. 2003. Mon-Khmer Studies. oai:sil.org:8237
  7. ONLINEThe effects of glottal finals on pitch in Southeast Asian languages. Amon Thavisak. 2001. Mon-Khmer Studies. oai:sil.org:8269
  8. ONLINEMon 'raʔ' and 'noŋ': assertive particles?. Jenny, Mathias. 2006. Mon-Khmer Studies. oai:sil.org:8074
  9. ONLINEBackchannel response in Mon conversation. Umaporn Sungkaman. 2007. Mon-Khmer Studies. oai:sil.org:8191
  10. ONLINEMon: a language of Myanmar. n.a. 2013. SIL International. oai:ethnologue.com:mnw
  11. Mon-Khmer studies. 12. Clark, Marybeth; Jenner, Philip N; Ferlus, Michel; Hayes, La Vaughn H. 1983. Honolulu, Hawaii : University of Hawaii Press. oai:gial.edu:29640
  12. ONLINELINGUIST List Resources for Mon. Anthony Aristar, Director of Linguist List (editor); Helen Aristar-Dry, Director of Linguist List (editor). 2014-07-23. The LINGUIST List (www.linguistlist.org). oai:linguistlist.org:lang_mnw

Other known names and dialect names: Aleng, Central Mon, Martaban-Moulmein, Mon Nya, Mon Tang, Mon Te, Mou, Mun, Northern Mon, Pegu, Peguan, Raman, Rman, Rmen, Southern Mon, Takanoon, Talaing, Taleng, Teguan, Ye

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