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Ethnic groups of Southeast Asia

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Ethnic groups of Southeast Asia

The ethnic groups of Southeast Asia comprise many different linguistic stocks. Apart from Negrito, which is a physical description, they are here arranged according to the family their languages belong to.


  • Tai–Kadai 1
  • Austronesian 2
  • Negrito peoples 3
  • Sino-Tibetan 4
    • Chinese 4.1
  • Austro-Asiatic 5
    • Vietic 5.1
  • Indo-Aryan & Dravidian 6
    • Indo Aryan 6.1
    • Indo-Aryan & Dravidian 6.2



Negrito peoples





Indo-Aryan & Dravidian

Indo Aryan

Indo-Aryan & Dravidian

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