De'ang

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Etymology[edit]

From Mandarin 德昂 (déáng)

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De'ang

  1. an ethnic minority group found in Southern China and Burma; languages spoken in regions populated by this group include Palé, Riang, Rumai, and Shwe, all of which belong to the Palaungic sub-group of the Khasi-Khmuic family of languages.