AuthorKruspe, N; Hajek, J
Source TitleJournal of the International Phonetic Association
PublisherCAMBRIDGE UNIV PRESS
AffiliationLanguages and Linguistics
Document TypeJournal Article
CitationsKruspe, N. & Hajek, J. (2009). Mah Meri. JOURNAL OF THE INTERNATIONAL PHONETIC ASSOCIATION, 39 (2), pp.241-248. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0025100309003946.
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Mah Meri (ãʔ məri) belongs to the Aslian branch of Mon-Khmer within the Austroasiatic family. It is classified as a Southern Aslian language, along with Semelai, Semoq Beri and Temoq (Benjamin 1976). Mah Meri is spoken by the Mah Meri ethnic group in scattered settlements along the south-west coast of the Malay peninsula stretching from Port Kelang to Bukit Bangkong, Sepang in the state of Selangor, Malaysia. The island of Sumatra lies a short distance away across the Malacca Strait. The Mah Meri language, which may have as many as 2,185 speakers, has no written tradition and is highly endangered.
KeywordsLanguage Studies; Linguistics
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