Iu Mien language

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The Iu Mien language (Thai: ภาษาอิวเมี่ยน) is one of the main languages spoken by the Yao people in China, Laos, Vietnam, Thailand and more recently the United States, in diaspora. There are about 2,172,000 speakers in total according to census data in 2000 from China, Vietnam, Thai, Laos, United States of America, and France. The Iu Mien languages is part of the Hmong–Mien languages family. Like Vietnamese, and Chinese, it is tonal and monosyllabic.

Linguists in China consider the dialect spoken in Changdong, Jinxiu Yao Autonomous County, Guangxi to be the standard. However most Iu Mien people in the West are refugees from Laos, so people in the west focus on their dialect.

Iu Mien has 78% lexical similarity with Kim......
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