Mon - Peoples and Languages

Peoples and Languages

  • The Mon people of Southeast Asia
  • The Mon language (of the Mon people)
  • The Mon-Khmer languages, an Indochinese language family
  • The Monpa people, an ethnic group of Tibetan origin

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