Appendix:Vocabulary lists of Mainland Southeast Asian languages

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Below are vocabulary lists for Mainland Southeast Asian language branches and reconstructed proto-languages.

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Vocabulary lists of Mainland Southeast Asian languages
Sino-Tibetan

Greater Bai • p-Naish • p-Ersuic • Akha • Gong • p-Luish • p-Bodo-Garo • Kuki-Chin • Mru • Zakhring • Kho-Bwa • p-Puroik • p-Hrusish • Koro • Greater Siangic • Dhimalish • Baram-Thangmi • p-Kham • Dura • Bunan • (Nepal)

Austroasiatic

p-Austroasiatic • p-Munda • p-Palaungic • p-Pakanic • p-Katuic • p-Pearic • p-Khmeric • p-Monic • p-Aslian • p-Nicobarese

Hmong-Mien

p-Hmong-Mien • Hmong-Mien • Pa-Hng

Kra-Dai

p-Kra • p-Kam-Sui • Kam-Sui (Hunan) • p-Lakkia • p-Tai • p-Be • Jizhao • p-Hlai • Jiamao

Others

Burushaski • Kusunda • Nihali • Kenaboi • p-Ongan • p-Trans-New Guinea • p-Nivkh

Hmong-Mien[edit]

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Austroasiatic[edit]

Sino-Tibetan[edit]

Branches[edit]

Open-access online lexical resources for each Sino-Tibetan branch are listed below. Branches for which lexical data is available in the Sino-Tibetan Etymological Dictionary and Thesaurus (2015) is noted as (STEDT).

Western Himalayas
Eastern Himalayas
Central Sino-Tibetan branches
China

Others[edit]

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