Wa language

(from the article `Austroasiatic languages`) ...The vowels may have, for example, a `breathy` register, a `creaky` register, or a clear one. This feature, which is fairly rare the world over, is ... ...west to Assam state in India, and east to Vietnam. The most important Mon-Khmer languages, having populations greate...
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Wa language

Wa (Va) is the language of the Wa people of Burma and China. There are three distinct varieties, sometimes considered separate languages; their names in Ethnologue are Parauk, the majority and standard form; Vo (Zhenkang Wa, 40,000 speakers), and Awa (100,000 speakers), though all may be called Wa, Awa, Va, Vo. David Bradley (1994) estimates there...
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