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Mnong people during an elephant blessing ceremony in Buôn Đôn, Vietnam
Total population
Mnong people Vietnam 127,334 (2019)[1]
Regions with significant populations
Đắk Lắk, Đắk Nông, Lâm Đồng, Bình Phước - Mnong people Vietnam
Mondulkiri - Mnong people Cambodia
Mnong, others
Christian, Theravada Buddhism, Animist
A longhouse in the Mnong village of Buôn Jun in the Central Highlands of Vietnam.
Mnong women near Buon Ma Thuot
Mnong's elephant carer

The Mnong or Munong people (Vietnamese: người Mơ-nông) are an ethnic group mainly living in Central Highlands and Southeast regions of Vietnam, and Eastern region of Cambodia. They are made up of many smaller groups: Mnong Gar, Mnong Nông, Mnong Chil, Mnong Kuênh, Mnong Rlâm, Mnong Preh, Mnong Prâng, Mnong Ðíp, Mnong Bhiêt, Mnong Sitô, Mnong Bu Ðâng, Mnong Bu Nor, Mnong Bu Ðêh.

Every group speaks a variant of the Mnong language, which along with Koho language, is in the South Bhanaric group of the Mon–Khmer family.[2]

  1. ^ "Report on Results of the 2019 Census". General Statistics Office of Vietnam. Retrieved 1 May 2020.
  2. ^ "Committee of Ethnic Minority Affairs - Introduction about M'nong people". Retrieved 21 April 2022.

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Mnong people

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groups: Mnong Gar, Mnong Nông, Mnong Chil, Mnong Kuênh, Mnong Rlâm, Mnong Preh, Mnong Prâng, Mnong Ðíp, Mnong Bhiêt, Mnong Sitô, Mnong Bu Ðâng, Mnong Bu Nor...

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Mnong language

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The Mnong language (also known as Pnong or Bunong) (Bunong: ឞូន៝ង) belongs to the Austro-Asiatic language family. It is spoken by the different groups...

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Lak Lake

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Vietnam. The lake is the rice field of the Mnong people. According to the local legend of the Mnong people, a long time ago, the god of fire defeated...

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Bunong people

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Bunong-speaking peoples are recurrently referred to as Mnong. Bunong language (sometimes spelled 'Mnong') is the native language of the Bunong people. It is a...

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tigers and back again. The Mnong people of Indochina believed that tigers could transform into humans. Among some indigenous peoples of Siberia, it was believed...

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Georges Condominas

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a French cultural anthropologist, known for his field studies of the Mnong people of Vietnam. Condominas was born in 1921 in Haiphong (former French Indochina...

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Vernacular architecture

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stilt house A Mnong people hut in southern Vietnam A traditional Vietnamese house in Red River Delta region Stone house of the Ivatan people in Batanes,...

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be a derivation nation of Funan with its own kind of Khmer culture. Mnong people Angkor Borei and Phnom Da Óc Eo Cát Tiên archaeological site Pan Pan...

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List of Indigenous peoples

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Phú Yên (Vietnam) Jeh-Tariang people: Kon Tum, Vietnam Southern Bahnaric peoples Mạ people: Central Highlands, Vietnam Mnong: Cambodia and Vietnam Stieng:...

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Bahnaric languages

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(Kasseng) Alak Central South Tampuon Bahnar South Bahnaric Chrau Sre Stieng Mnong North Bahnaric Halang, Kayong Jeh Kotau Tadrah, Modrah Sedang Hrê Monom...

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Demographics of Cambodia

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include Kuy, Por (Pear), Somray, Chong, Suoy, Sa'och, Tampuan, Kaco', Stieng, Mnong, Brao, Krung (Rade), and Sou (Laven). Many of these languages are also spoken...

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their everyday activities. Visiting women usually enter the house here. The Mnong and Rade of Vietnam also have a tradition of building longhouses (Vietnamese:...

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Koho language

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the Koho people and Mạ people, mainly in the Lâm Đồng Province of Vietnam. It is very close to the Mnong language. The autonym of the Kơho people is kon...

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Stieng people

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Stieng language

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the Stieng people of southern Vietnam and adjacent areas of Cambodia, and possibly Laos (under the name Tariang). Along with Chrau and Mnong, Stieng is...

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Protestantism in Vietnam

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Protestantism has been most dramatic among ethnic minority peoples (Montagnards) such as the Mnong, E De, Jarai, and Bahnar. Pressure was reportedly put on...

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French Indochina

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considered a Modernisation Movement. This new group of people consisted only of a few hundred people, with most of its members being either students or nationalists...

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Neak ta

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Phnom Penh

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Chinese, Vietnamese, and other small ethnic groups who are Thai, Budong, Mnong Preh, Kuy and Chong. The official language is Khmer, but English and French...

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