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Indigenous Mapping:
Ethnic Communities from Asia
 
Afghanistan Aimaq (Aimak, Aimagh, Chahar Aimaq, Char Aimaq, Four Aimaq, Aimaq-e-digar), Arab (Arabic-speaking), Arab (Persian-speaking), Baloch (Baluch, Baluchi, Baluci, Balochi), Brahui (Barawi, Brahwi, Brohi, Brahooee, Bravi, Kur Galli), Firuzkuhi (Firuzkohi, Firozkohi, Firozkuhi, Chahar Aimaq, Char Aimaq, Four Aimaq), Hazara (Pashtoon, Hazars, Khazara, Khazars, Hazaragi, Afghan Shiites), Ismaili Hazara (Hazars, Khazara, Khazars, Hazaragi, Afghan Shiites belonging to Ismaili sect of Shiism), Jamshidi (Gamshidi, Jamshedi, Djamchidi, Yemchidi, Dzhemshid, Aimak, Aimagh, Chahar Aimaq, Char Aimaq), Maliki (Aimaq, Aimaq-e-digar), Mauri (Mawri, Marvi), Mishmast (Mismast, Mizmast, Aimaq, Aimaq-e-digar), Pashtun (Pashtoon, Pushtun, Pakhtun, Pakhtoon, Pukhtun, Afghan, Pathan), Qatagan-Aimaq (Aimaq, Chahar Aimaq, Char Aimaq, Aimaq-e-digar), Sunni Hazara (Hazara, Hazars, Khazara, Khazars, Hazaragi, Aimaq Hazara, Chahar Aimaq, Char Aimaq, Four Aimaq), Tahiri (Aimaq, Aimaq-e-digar), Taimani (Chahar Aimaq, Char Aimaq, Four Aimaq), Tajik (Tadjik, Tojik, Tadzik, Tadzhik, Tajek), Timuri (Taimuri, Teimuri, Taimouri, Teymur, Aimaq, Aimaq-e-digar), Turkmen (Turkomen, Turkoman, Turkman, Trukmen, Torkman), Uzbek (Afghan Uzbek, Southern Uzbek, Uz'bek, Usbek, Uzbak, Ozbek, Ouzbek), Zuri (Zohri, Zuuri, Aimaq, Aimaq-e-digar)
Bangladesh Chakma (Takam, Chakama, Tsakma, Changma, Changma Vaj, Changma Kodha), Chin, Khumi (Khumi, Khami, Kami, Kumi, Khweymi, Khuni), Darlong (Dalong, Zo), Garo (A'Chik, Mande, Mandi, Lamdani, Achchik, Acchiks, Achik), Oraon (Uraon, Khurukh)
Bhutan Chali, Dakpa (Sagtengpa, Brokpa, Brokkat), Layap, Lepcha (Rong, Rongke, Rongpa), Lhop (Doya, Lhokpu, Lhops, Lhopu), Lhotshampas (Gurkhali, Nepali, Paharia, Southern Bhutanese), Monpa (Menba, Moinba, Monba, Menpa, Mongba), Ngalop (Bhote), Sharchop (Schachop, Bhotia, Central Monba, Cuona Monba, Memba, Monba, Sarchapkkha, Southern Moonba, Tshalingpa, Bhotia Eastern, Cona Monba, Eastern Bhutanese, Mompa, Sangla, Sharchagpakha, Tsangla)
Burma Akha, Arakanese (Maghi, Marma, Mogh, Rakhine), Chin, Danau (Danaw, Danu), Kachin (Chingpaw, Singphos), Karen (Pgaganyaw, Plong, Pwo, Sgaw, Skaw, S'waw), Karenni (Kayah, Kayan, Kayaw, Padaung, Paku), Kokang, Kuki, Mon, Nagas, Rohingya, Shan, Tavoyan, Wa (Hkawa, Kala, Kawa, Lawa, Va)
Cambodia Kachac (Chamic, Kachak), Kreung (Krung, Kru'ng), Tampuon (Campuon, Kha Tampuon, Proon, Proons, Tamphuan, Tampuen, Tumpun)
China Achang, Bai, Blang (Bulang, Wa, Samtuan, Samtao, Saamtaav, Pulang), Bonan, Bouyei (Bouyi, Buyei, Buyi), Dai (Tai, Baijue, Lu Dai), Daur, De'ang, Dong (Gam, Kam, Tong, Tung), Dongxiang (Tunghsiang, Tung, Santa, Mongolian Huihui), Drung, Ewenki (Evenki, Ewenke, Manchurian Solon, Owenke Solon, Solon Evenki, Suolun, Tungus), Gelo, Hani (Akha, Biyo, Bio, Biyue, Hani, Kado, Mahei, Pudu, Putu, Sansu), Hezhen (Hezhe, Sushen), Hmong, Hui, Jing, Jingpo, Jino, Kazak (Kazakh), Khmu, Kirjiz, Korean, Lahu, Lhoba, Li, Lisu, Manchu, Maonan, Miao (Black Hmong, Black Miao, Daishou, Guoxiong, Hmong, Long Skirt Miao, Mao, Red Hmong, Red Miao, Short Skirt Miao, White Hmong, Zhuang), Moinba, Mongolian, Mosuo (Moso, Musuo), Mulam, Naxi (Nahsi, Nasi, Nakhi, Lomi, Mu), Nisu, Nu, Oroqen, Ozbek, Pumi, Qiang, Russian, Salar, She, Shui (Shuijia, Sui, Sui Li, Suijia, Suipo), Tajik, Tartar (Tatar, Tata’er, Dada, Daden), Tibetan, Tu, Tujia, Uygur, Va, Xibe, Yao (Baiku Yao, Baikuyao, Bingduoyou, Bunu, Guoshan Yan, Guoshanyao, Hon Yao, Jinmen, Lajia, Mian, Pan Yao, Panyao, Pindi Yao, Pindiyao, Shanzi Yao, Shanziyao), Yi, (Ajia, Black Yi, Yi, Heiyi, Qunuo, Wajia, White Yi, Xiaxi), Younuo (Hong Yao, Red Yao, Yunou, Yuno), Yugur, Zhuang
India Adi Padam (Padam, Miri, Abor, Arbor, Abor-Miri), Aimol, Angami (Southern Angami, Japfuphiki, Western Angami, Jotsoma, Khonoma, Mezoma, Chakhro, Northern Angami), Ao, Awan (Qutb Shahi Awan), Badaga (Badag, Badagux, Badugu, Vadagu), Baiga (Bhumia, Bhuiya, Narotia, Binjwar, Bharotia, Raibhaina, Kathbhaina, Kondwan, Gonwaina), Bangni (Dafla, Nishi, Nishi Bangni), Banjara (Vanzara, Lambadi, Sugali, Ghor), Bharia (Bhar, Bharat, Bhumia, Bhumiya, Paliha, Bhuinha Bhumia, Bhumiya, Pando), Bhil (Bhilbari, Bhilboli, Bhilla, Bhili, Bhilodi, Vil, Bhagoria, Lengotia), Birhor (Bihor, Birhar, Birhore, Mankidi, Mankidia), Bishnoi (Marwadi, Vishnoi), Bodo (Boro, Bodi, Bara, Boroni, Mechi, Meche, Mech, Meci, Kachari), Bondo (Bondo Poraja, Bonda, Remo), Chakhesang, Chang, Chenchu (Chenchucoolam, Chenchwar, Chenswar, Choncharu), Chote (Chowte, Chawtes, Purum), Dal, Dandami Marias (Bison Horn Marias, Kalpati Marias, Singh Marias, TalaguDDa Marias, Maria), Dhodia (Dhobi, Dhori, Dhore, Dhowari, Doria), Didayi (Gataq, Getaq, Geta', Gta', Gta Asa, Didei, Dire, Gata', Didayee), Digaro-Mishmi (Digaru-Mishmi, Taraon), Dimasa Kachari (Dimasa, Dima-fisa), Dogra (Dogri, Dogri-Kangri, Dhogaryali, Dogari, Dogri Jammu, Dogri Pahari, Dogri-Kangra), Gaddis (Gaddies), Garo (Achik, Abeng, Ambeng, Awe, Ruga, Atong, Garrow, Mande), Gowlan, Gujjars, Halbaa (Halba, Halbi), Hmar (Mhar, Mar), Ho (Lanka Kol, Bihar Ho), Idu Mishmi (Yidu Lobha, Chulikatas), Irula, Jaintias (Jayantias, Syntengs, Pnars, Hynniewtrep), Jarawa, Jenu Kurumba (Jennu Kurumba, Jenu Kuruba, Kadu Nayikas), Juang (Patuas, Puttooas, Patra-Saara, Patta-Savara, Juango), Kabui (Rongmei, Zeliangrong, Puimei, Inpui, Kapwi, Koboi, Kubai, Kabui Naga, Kacha Naga), Kadu Kuruba (Kadu Kurumba), Khasi, Khoibu (Khoibu Maring, Khoibu Maring Naga), Khond (Kandhs, Raj Khonds), Kinnaure (Kinners, Kinnauris), Kisan (Nagasia, Nagesia, Nagesar, Naksia, Diharia, Oraon, Dhangad, Dhangar, Dhanka, Kuda, Kurukh, Kurunkh, Orao, Uraon), Kondh (Kond, Kui, Buda Kondh, Bura Kandha, Desia Kandha, Dungaria Kondh, Kutia Kandha, Kandha Gauda, Muli Kondh, Malua Kondh, Pengo Kandha, Raja Kondh, Raj Khond, Desia Kondh, Dongariya Kondh), Korku (Bondhi, Bopchi, Kodaku, Kurku, Mouasi, Muwasi), Koya (Koi, Koi Gondi, Kavor, Koa, Koitar, Koyato, Kaya, Koyi, Raj Koya, Kavor, Koitor, Koithur, Koitur), Kutchi (Kacchi, Kanbis, Bhanushali, Rabari, Ahirs, Meghwals), Lahules (Lahulas, Lahaulis), Liangmai (Kacha, Liyang, Lyengmai, Liangmei, Lyangmay), Lohara (Lohra, Luhura, Luhara), Lotha (Naga Lotha), Madia (Madia-Gond, Maria, Maria-Gond, Madiya, Hill Madia, Bison Horn Maria), Magahi (Magadhi, Magaya, Maghai, Maghaya, Maghori, Magi, Magodhi, Bihari, Megahi), Magar Eastern (Magari, Mangar, Mangari, Magarkura), Mahali (Mahli), Mao (Naga Mao), Maram (Naga Maram), Meithei (Meitei, Manipuris, Kathi, Kathe, Ponna, Meiteilon), Miju-Mishmi (Kaman), Miri (Mishing, Mising, Takam, Tanis, Amis), Monpa (Mendba, Moinba, Monba, Menpa, Mongba, Menba), Monsang (Moshang, Monshang, Mushang, Mawshang), Munda (Colh, Hor, Kaur, Mudus, Mura, Haroko, Horohon, Manki, Mundu), Nicobarese Southern (Nicobara), Nishi (Nissi, Dafla, Nishang, Nishing), Nocte (Bordari, Panidori, Namsangia), Onge (Ong), Oraon (Uraon, Khurukh), Paite (Chin, Kuki, Lushai, Tedim, Sahte, Zou), Paliyan (Paliyar, Palleyan, Palliyar), Pangwali (Pahari, Pangi, Pangwali Pahari, Pangwala), Piral, Pochury, Poumai, Raika (Rabari, Rebari, Rabha, Rahbari, Maru, Godwar, Pitalia, Chalkia, Rabbari, Sorthia, Sorathi Charalia, Charmta, Luni, Kushar, Tank, Muchhal Ka, Dhebariya, Dheberya, Vagadiya, Vagariya, Desi, Kutchi, Bhopa, Gujarati, Mogha, Vishotar, Sinai), Rengma, Sangtam, Santali (Hor, Har, Satar, Santhali, Santhal, Sandal, Sangtal, Santal, Sentali, Samtali, Santhiali, Sonthal), Saora (Sora, Saora, Saonras, Shabari, Sabar, Saura, Savara, Sawaria, Swara, Sabara), Savara, Sema (Simi, Sumi, Naga Sumi), Sentinel (Sentinelese), Shom Peng (Shom Pen, Shompeng, Shompen, Shobang, Kalay, Keyet), Spitians, Sulung (Sullung, Suling, Sulong, Puroik, Pariok), Tagin (Tani, Apa Tani), Tangkhul (Tagkhul, Thangkhulm, Champhung, Luhuppa, Luppa, Somra, Hao, Nagas), Tutsa (Totcha), Vaiphei (Bhaipei, Vaipei, Veiphei), Wancho (Banpara Naga, Joboka), Warli (Varli), Yerukula (Yerukala, Yarukula, Yerkula, Yerukla, Erukala, Korava, Yerukala-Korava, Yerukula-Bhasha, Eruku Bhasha, Korchi, Kurutha, Kurru Bhasha), Zangskari (Zanskari, Zaskari), Zomi (Zo, Zou, Chin, Kuki, Lushai)
Indonesia Acehnese (Achinese, Atjeher, Orang Aceh, Acehnais, Acehno, Atjeh, Atjehnese, Achehnese, Achenese), Adabe (Ataura, Atauru, Atauro, Raklu-Un, Raklu Un), Adonara (Tusa Tadon, Waiwerang, Vaiverang, Sagu), Alorese, Ampanang, Andio (Masama, Andio'o, Imbao'o), Aralle, Tabulahan, Asmat (Asamat, Asemer, Asomat), Bagusa, Batak Alas-Kluet (Alas-Kluet Batak, Batak Kluet-Alas, Kluet-Alas Batak, Alas Kluet, Kluet Alas, Alas, Kluet), Batak Angkola (Orang Angkola, Anakola, Angkola), Batak Dairi (Dairi, Dairi Batak, Orang Batak Dairi, Pakpak, Pakpak Dairi, Sumut), Batak Karo (Karo Batak, Orang Batak Karo, Karonese), Batak Mandailing (Mandailing Batak, Batta, Orang Mandailing), Batak Simalungun (Simalungun Batak, Orang Batak Simalungun, Simelungun, Simelungan, Timur, Batta, Batak Toba (Toba Batak, Batta, Orang Batak Toba, Silindung Batak), Bauzi (Baudi, Bauri, Baudji, Baudzi), Damal (Uhunduni, Amung, Amung Kal, Amungme, Amuy, Enggipiloe, Hamung, Oehoendoeni), Dani, Gayo (Orang Gayo, Gayonese), Ketengban (Kupel, Oktengban), Kombai (Komboy), Kubu (Djambi, Orang Darat), Mentawai (Mentawei, Mentawi), Minangkabau (Minang, Padang, Orang Minangkabau), Moni (Migani, Djonggunu, Jonggunu), Moronene (Maronene), Nias (Batu), Nuaulu (Southern Nuaulu, Northern Nuaulu), Rejang (Keme Tun Djang, Orang Rejang, Djang, Tun Djang, Redjang Empat Petulai, Djang Lebong, Djang Bele Tebo, Djang Musai, Djang Lai, Djang Bekulau, Djang Abeus, Djang Aweus, Bang Hadji, Semitul), Sawang, Selako (Selako Dayak, Selakau, Salakau, Salako), Silakau), Tamiang (Malayu), Wandamen (Wandamen-Windesi, Windesi, Windessi, Bintuni, Bentuni, Bentoeni, Wamesa), Wolio (Buton, Butonese, Walio),
Japan Ainu (Utari)
Kazakhstan Dungan (Hui, Dong Gan Zu, Zhongyuan-ten, Huizo, Huizu, Lao Hui Hui, Donggan Ren, Lao Khuei Khuei, Yaun' Zhyn, Dungane, Tung-an, Dungansk)
Laos Akha (Aka, Ekaw, Ekwa, Kaw, Khka, Kon Ak'a), Hmong (Maio, Meo), Khmu (Kammu, Khamu), Lamet (Kha Lamet, Khamet, Khamed, Lemet, Rmeet), Lantan (Lantien), Malabri (Mlabri, Phi Tong Luang, Toong Luang, Yellow Leaf, Yumbr, Yumbri)
Malaysia Bajau (Illanun, Badjao, Badjau, Bajaw, Bajo, Suluk, Obian, Orang Sama, Sama Dilaut, Sea Gypsies, Binadan), Batek (Batek Negritos, Orang Asli), Bidayuh (Bukar Sadong, Tebakang), Bugis (Buginese, Luwu, Ugi), Chewong (Che’Wong), Iban (Dayak, Bidayuh, Sea Dayak), Jahai (Jehai, Jah Jehai, Orang Asli, Pangan), Jah Hut (Cheres), Jakun (Djakun, Orang Asli, Orang Hulu), Kadazan Dusun (Tuaran Dusun, Suang Lotud, Minokok, Ringus, Tempasuk Dusun, Tindal, Orang Sungai), Kedayan (Kedyan, Kadayan, Kadien), Kensiu (Orang Asli, Negrito), Lanoh (Sakai, Semnan), Mah Meri (Besisi, Btsisek, Orang Asli), Melanaus (Balingian, Belanau, Bruit, Dalat, Sarikei, Muka, Melanau, Melenau), Mendriq (Mendrik, Menri, Mandriq), Murut (Timogun, Tagal, Nabas), Penan, Semai (Semai Senoi, Orang Asli), Semang (Orang Asli, Negrito), Semelai (Semaq Tasik), Semoq Beri (Orang Asli, Semaq, Semalai, Semaq Beri, the Jakun of Tekai River), Senoi (Sakai, Sengoi), Temiar (Temiar Senoi, Bumiputera), Temuan (Belanda, Biduanda, Benua, Mantera)
Mongolia Bayad (Bayaad, Bayit, Bait), Dariganga, Durvud (Durbet, Dörbed, Dörvöd), Kazakh (Kazak, Qazaq), Khalkha (Halh, Mongolian), Mingat (Myangad), Torguud (Torgut), Tsaatan (Dukha, Tsachin)
Nepal Angika (Anga, Angikar, Chhika-Chhiki), Awadhi (Awadhi Abadhi), Bahing (Bahing Rai), Bantawa (Bantawa Rai), Baraamu (Baram, Baramu , Brahmu, Bramu, Bhramu, Barhamu), Bhojpuri, Chukwa (Cukwa Ring, Pohing , Pohing Kha), Darai (Darwai, Dahri , Daree, Daroe), Darmiya (Darimiya, Darmani , Sauka, Shauka), Dhimal (Haiko, Limbus of Terai ), Dzongkha (Jonkha, Bhotia of Bhutan, Zongkhar, Drukke, Drukha, Bhutanese), Helambu Sherpa (Yolmo Sherpa, Hyolmo), Jerung (Jero), Jirel (Jiripas, Jiripa, Jirpa, Jiri, Jirial, Zaral, Ziral), Kagate (Bhotia, Kagate Bhote, Kagate Bhotia, Kagatey, Kagati), Limbu (Yakthung), Magar, Western (Mangar), Maithili (Maitili, Maithil), Majhi (Bhumar), Manangba (Manang Bas, Nyishangba, Nyi-Shang, Manang, Manangi, Manangpa, Manangbolt, Neshyang, Nesyangba, Nyeshang), Mugali (Mugom, Mugu, Kham, Khan, Mugum, Tamang), Mustang (Lo, Lowa, Mastang), Sherpa (Sharpa, Sharpa Bhotia, Xiaerba, Serwa), Tamang, Thudam (Thudam Bhote, Thudambas, Bhote), Thulung (Thulunge Rai, Thulu Luwa, Thululoa, Thulung La, Thulung Lo, Thulung Jemu, Toaku Lwa, Sub-Group of the Rai)
Pakistan Afridi (Apridi, Aparidai), Awan (Qutb Shahi Awan), Baloch (Baluch, Balouch, Balooch, Balush, Balosh, Baloosh, Baloush), Brahui (Brahvi, Brohi, Brahuidi, Birahui, Brahuigi, Kur Galli), Kashmiri, Muhajir (Mohajir), Parsi (Parsee), Sansi Bhil (Sochi, Sansi, Marwari, Bhedkhut, Bhedkut, Kapadia, Kikan, Manesh, Rihluwala, Sansia)
Philippines Abaknon (Capul, Capul Samal, Capuleno, Inabaknon, Inbaknon, Kapul, Sama), Applai (Appais, Kankanan-ey, Katangnan, Lepanto Igorot, Sagada Igorot, Western Bontoc, Western Bontok), Arumanen (Aromanon, Arumamen, Central Mindanao, Ilianen, Liringanen, Manobo, Manuvu, South Cotabato), Attaw (Bagobo, Clata, Diangan , Giangan , Guingan , Guiangan , Gulanga , Jangan , Klata , Manobo , Obo), Banwaon (Adgawanon, Banuaonon, Banwanon, Higaonon-Banwaon, Manobo), Bontok Igorots (Bontoc, Kadaklan-Barlig Bontoc), Bukidnon (Binokid , Binukid , Bukidnon , Central Bukidnon , Manobo), Butuanon (Lapaknon), Davao Chabakano (Chabakano , Chabakano Creole , Chavacano , Creole , Davao , Zamboanga), Dibabawon (Dibabaon, Mandaya, Dibabawon Manobo, Digagaon Mandaya Manobo, Orang Dibabawon), Higaonon (Adgawanon, Banuanon, Bukidnon, Higanon, Higaonon-Banwaon, Higaonon Manobo, Misamis Higaonon, Talaandig), Jama Mapun (Orang Cagayan, Tao Cagayan), Kabihug (Abian, Aeta, Agiyan, Agta, Bihug, Bikol, Camarines Norte Agta, Manide, Negrito, Negritoes, Negritos), Lambangian (Teduray-Lambangian, Tiruray), Lapuyan (Lapuyen, Subanun Lapuyan, Margosatubig, Subanon, Subanun, Subanen, Suban-on, Southern Subanun ), Manobo Agusan (Agusan del Sur, Agusan, Higanon, Manuvu), Manuvu (Bagobo, Kidapawan, Manobo, Obo, Ubo), Molbog (Molebugan, Molebuganon, Molebuganori), Palawan (Palawano, Palawanon, Pala’wan, Pinalawan), Sangil (Sanggil, Sangire, Sangihe, Sangir Pilipinas, Sangir, Sangu, Marore, Sangirezen, Talaoerezen), Surigaonon (Surigao), Tagakaolo (Kalagan, Mandaya, Mansaka, Tagakaolo Kalagan, Tagakaulu, Tagakaulu Kalagan), Tagbanua (Tagbanuas), Talaandig (Manobo, Higaonon, Tala-Andig, Talandig), Tau´t Batu (Tao’t Bato, Tao’t Batu, Taw Batu), Tboli (Kiamba, Tagabeli, Tagabulu, T'boli, Tibole, Tiboli)
Sri Lanka Sinhalese, Tamil, Wanniya-laeto (Vedda, Veddha, Veddah, Wanniyala-Aetto)
Tajikistan Shughni (Shighni, Shugni), Wakhi (Wakh, Vuhh, Hik, Vahi (Tadzhik Vahhon)), Yazgulyam (Yazghulami, Yazgul, Yazgulam),
Thailand Akha (Kaw), Bisu (Mbi, Mbisu, Mibisu, Misu), Hmong Daw (White Meo, White Hmong), Hmong Njua (Black Meo, Blue Meo), H'tin (T'in, Ht'in, Thin, Tin, Khatin), Isan (Lao, Isaan, Issan, Esarn), Karen S’gaw, Khmu (Khamu, Kammu), Kui (Kuoy, Kuy, Suoy, Suay, Suai), Lahu (Musser), Lisu (Lisaw), lu Mien (Mien, Yao, Yui Mien), Mani (Manik, Maniq, Negrito, Mannee), Mlabri (Phi Tong Luang), Moken (Salong, Selung, Salone, Sea Gypsy), Moklen (Chao Lay), Palaung (Silver Palaung, Pale Palaung, Bulay, Dlang, Palay, Palong, Pulei, Shwe, Ta’ang), Tai Lue (Dai Lue), Urak Lawoi (Urak Lawoi', Uruk Lawoi, Chao Lay, Lumoh Lawoi, Sea Gypsies, Thai Mai)
Tibet Gtsang (Gyantse, Sagka, Sagya, Tsang, Xigatse Tibetan, Xigatze, Bhotia), Zhugqu (Zhouqu, Brugchu, Chou-ch'u, Hbrugchu)
Turkmenistan Baloch, Western (Balochi, Baluchi, Baluch, Western), Kurmanji (Kurds, Kurdish)
Uzbekistan Crimean Turkish (Crimean Tatar),
Vietnam Akha (Aka, Ak’a, Ahka, Hani, Ha Nhi, Ikaw, Xo, Khako, Kha ko, Khao Ikor, Aini, Yani, Hka Ko, Khao Kha Ko), Arem (A-Rem, Chomrau, Chombrau, Umo), Bahnar (Ba Na, To Lo, Golar, Jolong, Gio Lang, Y Lang, Ro Ngao, Reungao, Rangao, Ro-Ngao, Bahnar Rongao, Krum, Krem, Roh, Con Kde, Kpang Cong, Bo Mon, Bonom, Bomom, Alacong, Alakong, A-La Cong, Roh), Brao (Brau, Braou, Proue, Proon, Brou), Cao Lan (Caolan, Hon Ban, San Chay, San Chi Man Cao-Lan, Sán-Chi, Mán, Cao Lan-Sán Chi), Cho Ro (Chau Ro, Chauro, Chorao, Choro, Cho-ro, Chrau, Do Ro, Zro), Chu Ru (Cadoe, Chru, Choru, Cho Ru, Chu, Chu-ru, Churu, Cru, Degar, Kru, Loang, Seyu, Ru), Ede (E-de, Edeh, De, Dega, Degar), Hani (Haqniq, Ha Nhi, Hanízú, Xo, Hanhi, H Nhi, Ha Nhi Gia, Uni, U Ni, Xauni, Xa U Ni), Koho (Coho, Co-ho, Ko-ho, Kohor, K'ho, Caho, Co Ho), La Ha (Xa Khan, Xa Cah, Xa Chien, Xa Khao, Xa Lay, Xa Lga, Khla Don, Kla Dong, Khla Liik), La Hu (Luohei, Launa, Lahuna, Laku, Kaixien, Namen, Mussuh, Muhso, Musso, Mussar, Mussur, Moso), Lachi (Lati, Cu Te, Tho Den, Black Tho, Man La, Chi, La Chi, Pula, Phula, Fula, Foula, Lipupo, Laji, Lipulio, Laqua, Y Pi, Y Pong), Lachi, White (Lati), Laghuu (Laopa, Xapho, Xa Pho), Lahu Shi (Yellow Lahu, Kouy), Lu (Duon, Kon, Leu, Lu Ge Zi, Lu Ren, Lue, Lugepo, Nhuon, Zhon), Maa (Ma, Chau Ma, Ma Xop, Ma To, Ma Krung, Ma Ngan), Maleng (Pakatan, Malieng, Malang, Ma Leng, Ma Lieng), Romam (Ro Mam, Ro-mam), Sedang (Hadang, Hdang, Hoteang, Roteang, Rotea, Hotea, Xo Dang, Xodangg, Xa Dang, Cadong, Tang, Kmrang, Kmrong, Konelane, Brila), Stieng, Budeh (Lower Stieng, Southern Stieng, Xtieng, Xtieng, Xa Dieng, Ba Ra, Bu Dip, Budip, Bu Lanh, Rangah), Tay (Tho, Ngan, Phen, Thu Lao, Pa Di)

 

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