Cua language (Mon-Khmer)

The Cua language (also known as Bòng Mieu) is a Mon-Khmer language spoken in the Quang Ngai and Quang Nam provinces of Vietnam. Cua dialects include Kol (Kor, Cor, Co, Col, Dot, Yot) and Traw (Tràu, Dong).

Further reading

  • Burton, Eva. 1966. "A brief sketch of Cua clause structure."‭ Van-hóa Nguyêt-san 15: 187-90.
  • Maier, Jacqueline G. 1966. "Cua phonemes."‭ Van-hóa Nguyêt-san 15: 361-71.
  • Maier, Jacqueline G. and Eva Burton, compilers. 1966. Cua (Kool) dictionary.‭ [Manuscript] n.p.
  • Maier, Jacqueline G., Ðinh Ðổ, and Ðinh Mốc. 1974. Bay hok pok Kool Kua = Bài học tiếng Cua = Cua language lessons.‭ Tủ sách ngôn-ngữ dân tộc thiểu số Việt Nam, 10. Saigon: Department of Education. viii, 37 p.
  • Smith, Kenneth D. 1973. "Eastern North Bahnaric: Cua and Kotua."‭ Mon-Khmer Studies 4: 113-18.

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