The Gospel of Luke in Kui Language of Northern Cambodia in Khmer Script / Katuic language of the Mon-Khmer language family
The Gospel of Luke in Kui Language of Northern Cambodia
in Khmer Script!!!
Publisher CAMA SERVICES
Trial version printed in 2012
Their language is classified as a Katuic language of the Mon-Khmer language family and, as such, is related to the Khmer language of Cambodia.
In appearance Kuy do not differ from the Khmers. They do have their own unwritten language. One folk tale is that the village elders originally wrote their language on a pig skin but then dogs ate it so their writing was lost. Kuy is in the Mon-Khmer language group and there are several dialects. Two main dialects have been identified in Cambodia with a relatively high degree of mutual intelligibility. Most Kuy people also speak Khmer and in some places they are losing their own language.
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