Mon-Khmer is a dialect of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. It is a rare language spoken in small groups. Usually, the words of the language begin with clusters of three or four consonants. Mon-Khmer is distantly related to the Munda languages of India, together forming the Austro-Asiatic family.
Updated on 18th August, 2005
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