|Language||Comments||Speakers||Source||ISO 639-3||Ethnologue entry|
|Arem language||see Chut people||20 in Viet Nam (1996 Ferlus) Population total all countries: 40 100 in Viet Nam (1996 Ferlus)||Ethnologue||aem||Arem language|
|Gelao, Red language||see Gelao language (distinct ISO 639-3 code)||20||Ethnologue||gir||Gelao, Red language|
|Gelao, White language||see Gelao language (distinct ISO 639-3 code)||20 (2002 Edmondson).||Ethnologue||giw||Gelao, White language|
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