Tailandia
 

Nombre del idioma     
País
Código
Nombres alternativos del idioma

 

Akeu

Birmania; Myanmar, China, Laos, Tailandia

aeu
Ake, Aki, Akui, Aki, Akui, Gokhu, Gaolkheel, Akheu, Gokhy

 

Akha

Birmania; Myanmar, China, Laos, Tailandia, Vietnam

ahk
Ahka, Aini, Ak'a, Aka, Ikor, Yani, Aini, Ak'a, Aka, Ikor, Yani, Khao Ikor

 

Bisu

China, Tailandia

bzi
Lawa, Lua, Mbisu, Mibisu, Laba

 

Cham, Western

Camboya, Tailandia, Vietnam

cja
Cambodian Cham, Cham, New Cham, Tjam, Cam, Chiem, Khmer Islam, Tscham, Tsiam

 

Chinese, Cantonese

Brunéi, Camboya, China, Filipinas, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Macao, Malasia, Singapur, Tailandia, Vietnam

yue
Chinese, Yue, Cantonese, Vancouver Cantonese, Guangfu, Bobai, Cangwu, Gaolei, Guangzhou, Guinan, Ping, Qinlian, Siyi, Tengxian, Yangjiang, Zhongshan, Gaoyang, Hoisan, Schleiyip, Seiyap, Taishan, Toisan, Yue, Yueh, Yuet Yue, Yueyu, Hong Kong Cantonese, Shatou, Shiqi, Wancheng, Konghu, Macau Cantonese, Toishanese, Chinese Nung, Ha Xa Phang, Hai Nam, Han, Hoa, Kién, Liem Chau, Lowland Nung, Minh Huong, Nung, Phúc, Quang Dong, Samg Phang, Suòng Phóng, Trièu Chau

 

Chinese, Foochow

Brunéi, China, Indonesia, Malasia, Singapur, Tailandia

cdo
Foochow, Chinese, Min Dong, Fuzhou, Fuchow, Guxhou, Eastern Min, Xinghua, Hsinghua, Hokchiu, Min Dong

 

Chinese, Mandarin

Australia, Birmania; Myanmar, Brunéi, China, Filipinas, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Macao, Malasia, Mongolia, Singapur, Tailandia, Taiwán

cmn
Beifang Fangyan, Beijinghua, Mandarin, Northern Chinese

 

Chinese, Mandarin (simplified)

Australia, Birmania; Myanmar, Brunéi, China, Filipinas, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Macao, Malasia, Mongolia, Singapur, Tailandia, Taiwán

cmn
Beifang Fangyan, Beijinghua, Mandarin, Northern Chinese

 

Hakka

Brunéi, Camboya, China, Guayana Francesa, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malasia, Panamá, Polinesia Francesa, Singapur, Suriname, Tailandia, Taiwán

hak
Chinese, Hakka, Changting, Hailu, Huayang, Huizhou, Ning-Long, Pingdong, Tingzhou, Tonggu, Yue-Tai, Yuebei, Yuezhong, Yugui, Longnan, Meixian, Min-Ke, Raoping, Taiwan Kejia, Hokka, Ke, Kechia, Kejia, Majiahua, Tu Guangdonghua, Xinminhua, Her Po, Loong Chun, Kehia, Kek, Khek, Sanhsien, Hi-Lu, Hoilluk, Hoiluk, Shi Xien, Shigen, Shixien

 

Hmong Daw

China, Laos, Tailandia, Vietnam

mww
Bai Miao, Banded Arm Hmong, Forest Miao, Hmong Dao, Hmong Dleu, Hmong Qua Mpa, Hmong Rongd, Hmongb Dleub, Hmoob Dawb, Meo Do, Meo Kao, Mong Do, Mong Trang, Pe Miao, Peh Miao, Striped Arm Hmong, Striped Hmong, White Hmong, White Lum, White Meo, White Miao, Hmong Gu Mba, Hmong Qua Mba, Hmong Der, Petchabun Miao, Miao Lai, Chuan Miao, Hmong Xi, Mán Tráng

 

Hmong Njua

Birmania; Myanmar, China, Laos, Tailandia, Vietnam

hnj
Blue Hmong, Blue Meo, Ching Miao, Green Hmong, Green Meo, Hmong Leng, Hmong Nzhua, Hmoob Leeg, Lu Miao, Meo Dam, Meo Lai, Mong Leng, Mong Ntsua, Qing Miao, Tak Miao, Hmongb Nzhuab, Mong Njua, Moob Leeg, Lu Man Zi, Miao Tsi

 

Isan

Tailandia

tts
Central Isan, Korat, Northern Isan, Southern Isan, Kalerng, Kaleung, Kaloeng, Thai, Northeastern, Esarn, Isaan, Issan, Thai Isaan

 

Iu Mien

China, Laos, Tailandia, Vietnam

ium
Guoshan Yao, Ban Yao, Highland Yao, Iu Mienh, Man, Mian, Mien, Mienh, Mjen, Myen, Pan Yao, Yao, Yao Mienh, Yiu Mien, Youmian, Ewmien, Chiangrai, Cham, Dao Do, Dao Lan Tien, Dao Lo Gang, Deo Tien, Quan Chet, Quan Trang, Dao Thanh Phan, Dìu, Kim Mien, Red Dao, Yao Kimmien, Yao Ogang, Yu Mien

 

Karen Pwo, Northern

Tailandia

pww
Mae Ping, Mae Sarieng, Omkoi, Hod, Karen, Pwo Northern, Phlon, Phlong

 

Karen, Pwo Eastern

Birmania; Myanmar, Tailandia

kjp
Kawkareik, Pa'an, Tavoy, Eastern Border Pwo Karen, Inland Eastern Pwo Karen, Moulmein, Southern Pwo Karen, Moulmein Pwo Karen, Phlong, Phlou, Pho, Kanchanaburi Pwo Karen, Ratchaburi Pwo Karen, Phetchaburi Pwo Karen, Karen, Pwo West-Central Thailand

 

Karen, SꞌGaw

Birmania; Myanmar, Tailandia

ksw
Delta dialect of S'gaw Karen, Eastern dialect of S'gaw Karen, Southern dialect of Western Kayah, Dawei, Pa'an, Karen, S'gaw, Burmese Karen, Kanyaw, Kayinpyu, Kyetho, Paganyaw, Pchcknya, Pwakenyaw, S'gau, S'gaw, S'gaw Kayin, White Karen, Yang Khao, Palakhi, Panapu, Palachi, Karen, Pwakanyaw, White

 

Kayah, Western-K
(Kayah Li script)

Birmania; Myanmar, Tailandia

kyu
Kayah Li, Karenni, Karennyi, Karieng Daeng, Red Karen, Yang Daeng

 

Kayah, Western-R
(Roman script)

Birmania; Myanmar, Tailandia

kyu
Kayah Li, Karenni, Karennyi, Karieng Daeng, Red Karen, Yang Daeng, Chi Kwe, Dawnnyjekhu, Dawtama, Northern dialect of Western Kayah, Sounglog, Southern dialect of Western Kayah, Wan Cheh, Kayah

 

Khmer, Northern

Tailandia

kxm
Buriram, Sisaket, Surin, Khmer Lue, Thailand Khmer, Upper Khmer

 

Khmu

China, Laos, Tailandia, Vietnam

kjg
Damailao, Damaile, Chaman, Damai, Kamhmu, Kammu, Kamu, Kemu, Khamu, Khamuk, Khmu', Khomu, Lao Terng, Mou, Pouteng, Theng, Cwaa, Hat, Khroong, Luang Prabang, Rok, Sayabury, U, Yuan, Eastern Khmu, Krong, Kroong, Lii, Lyy, Uu, Kmhmu, Lao Kang, Pu Thenh, Tenh, Kha Khmu, Luu, Tmooy, Cam Mu, Kha Cau, Kho Mu, Mun Xen, Xa Cau

 

Korean, South

China, Corea del Norte, Corea del Sur, Japón, Rusia, Tailandia

kor
Korean, Chaoxian, Chaoxianyu, Chaoyu, Hangouyu, Hanguohua, Hanyu, Zanichi Korean, Hamgyongdo, Hwanghaedo, P'yong'ando, North Hamgyongdo, North P'yong'ando, South Hamgyongdo, South P'yong'ando, Chungcheongdo, Jeju Island, Jeollado, Kyongsangdo, Seoul, Kangwondo, Kyonggido, North Chungcheongdo, North Jeollado, North Kyongsangdo, South Chungcheongdo, South Jeollado, South Kyongsangdo, Goryeomal, Koryomal

 

Kuy

Camboya, Laos, Tailandia

kdt
Kuay Mla, Kuay Ndroe, Kuay Ndua, Kuay Oe, Kuy Ak, Kuy May, Kuy Anthua, Kuy Antra, Kuy Ma'ay, Kuy Mlor, Kuay, Kui, Antra, Na Nhyang, Aouei, Cuoi, Douon, Dui, Khamen-Boran, Kouy, Kuoy, Old Khmer, Soai, Soay, Soei, Souai, Souei, Suai, Suay, Suei, Sui, Suoi, Xuay, Xuoi, Chang, Nheu, Suai Chang, Kui Souei

 

Lahu

Birmania; Myanmar, China, Laos, Tailandia, Vietnam

lhu
Black Lahu, Kaixien, Kucong, Kutsong, Ladhof, Lahu Na, Lahuna, Laku, Moso, Muhso, Muhsur, Mussar, Musser Dam, Musso, Mussur, Na, Namen, Northern Lahu, White Lahu, Lahu Phu, Museu, Launa, Nyi, Shehleh, Lahu Nyi, Lahu Shehleh, Lahunyi, Loheirn, Musseh Daeng, Red Lahu, Southern Lahu, Mussuh, Khucong, Lahu Phung, Mooso

 

Lahu Shi

Birmania; Myanmar, China, Laos, Tailandia

lhi
Bakeo, Banlan, Lahu Bakeo, Lahu Shi Balan, Kur, Kwi, Lad hur Si, Lahu Si, Lahu Xi, Lahu-Xi, Lahu-shi, Lahusi, Shi, Yellow Lahu, Kui, Kui Lung, Kui Sang

 

Lawa, Western

Tailandia

lcp
La-up, Northern Western Lawa, Omphai, L'wa, Lava, Lavua, Mae Hong Son Lawa, Mountain Lawa, Omphai Lawa

 

Lisu

Birmania; Myanmar, China, India (la), Tailandia

lis
Bai Lisu, Dechang Lisu, Hei Lisu, Hua Lisu, Lu Shi Lisu, Ninglang Lisu, Northern Lisu, Nujiang Lisu, Shibacha Lisu, Western Lisu, Black Lisu, Flowery Lisu, White Lisu, Chedi, Cheli, Chung, Khae, Leisu, Leshuoopa, Lesuo, Li, Li-Hsaw, Li-Shaw, Lip'a, Lisaw, Lishu, Liso, Lissu, Loisu, Lu-Tzu, Lusu, Yao Yen, Yaw Yin, Yaw-Yen, Yeh-Jen, Hwa Lisu, Central Lisu, Southern Lisu, Yeh-Jeh

 

Malay, Pattani

Tailandia

mfa
Jawi, Jawi-Malay, Yawi, oré Jawi

 

Moken

Birmania; Myanmar, Tailandia

mwt
Dung, Jait, Lebi, Niawi, Ja-It, L'be, Basing, Chau Ko', Lawta, Mawken, Orang Laut, Salon, Salong, Selong, Selung, Kòʔ Surin, Rawai, Northern Jadiak, Southern Jadiak

 

Mon

Birmania; Myanmar, Tailandia

mnw
Martaban-Moulmein, Pegu, Ye, Central Mon, Mon Nya, Mon Tang, Mon Te, Northern Mon, Southern Mon, Aleng, Mou, Mun, Peguan, Raman, Rman, Rmen, Takanoon, Talaing, Taleng, Teguan

 

Paꞌo Karen

Birmania; Myanmar, Tailandia

blk
Northern Pa'o, Southern Pa'o, Pa'o, Black Karen, Northern Taungthu, Pa Oh, Pa'o Karen, Pa-O, Pa-U, Pa'O, Pa-Oh, Taungtu

 

Plang

Birmania; Myanmar, China, Tailandia

blr
Bulang, K'ala, Kawa, Kontoi, Plang, Pula, Pulang, Kem Degne, Phang, Blang, K'ala, Kawa, Kontoi, Pula, Pulang, Hkawa, K'wa, Khon Doi, Sen Chun, Wa

 

Prai

Laos, Tailandia

prt
Lao Prai, Lua Prai, Luaꞌ, Phai, Pray, Thin

 

Ruching Palaung

Birmania; Myanmar, China, Tailandia

pce
Bulei, Da'ang, Raojin, Palaung, Ruching, Bulai, Dlang, Ngwe Palaung, Palay, Pale, Pale Palaung, Pulei, Silver Palaung, Southern Ta'ang, Rulai, Di-Ang, Palaung, Pale, Southern Palaung, Ta-Ang

 

Shan

Birmania; Myanmar, China, Tailandia

shn
Burmese Shan, Great Thai, Sam, Sha, Shan Bama, Shan Gyi, Dehong, Northern Shan State, Southern Shan State, Tai Mao, Mao Shan, Tai Khe, Great Thai, Sam, Sha, Shan Bama, Shan Gyi, Tai Long, Tai Luang, Tai Shan, Tai Yai, Tai-Lon, Thai Yai, Mae Hong Son, Tai Yay, Thai Yay

 

Laos, Tailandia

sss
Bru, Makong, Mang Cong, Mang-Koong, Mangkong, Mankoong, So Makon, Thro

 

Tai Dam

China, Laos, Tailandia, Vietnam

blt
Black Tai, Hei Dai, Jinping Dai, Tailam, Tailon, ʼTáy Ðăm, Tai Muoi, Meuay, Tai Muei, Tay Mueai, Tai Noir, Thai Den, Táy Mu'ò'i, Tai Mueai, 'Táy, Tai Do, Thái Den

 

Tai Lue

Birmania; Myanmar, China, Laos, Tailandia, Vietnam

khb
Jinghong, Lü, Dai, Dai Le, Lu, Lue, Ly, Pai'i', Pai-I, Shui-Pai-I, Sipsongpanna Dai, Tai Lu, Xishuangbanna Dai, Muang Yong, Shu-Ai-I, Yong, Pai-Yi, Thai Lu, Duon, Nhuon

 

Taiwanese (Min Nan)

Brunéi, China, Filipinas, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Macao, Malasia, Singapur, Tailandia, Taiwán

nan
Hainan, Hokkien, Teochew, Chaochow, Fujian, Tiuchiu, Chinese, Min Nan, Banlamgi, Min Nan, Minnan, Chao-Shan, Leizhou, Longdu, Mai, Quanzhou, Shantou, Xiamen, Zhangzhou, Zhenan Min, Amoy, Changchew, Chaozhou, Chinchew, Choushan, Hainanese, Lei Hua, Li Hua, Qiongwen Hua, Swatow, Wenchang, Southern Min, Chiu Chao, Tiu Chiu, Teochiu, Fujianese, Fukienese, Teochow, Taechew, Min Nam, Fukien, Techu, Chaenzo, Sanso, Bân-lâm-gú, Taiwanese

 

Thai

Camboya, Tailandia

tha
Central Thai, Siamese, Standard Thai, Thaiklang, Thai Koh Kong, Thai Norkor Raja, Siam Nokor, Siam Trang, Khorat Thai, Korat, Thaikorat, Bangkok Thai, Thai Klang

 

Thai Sign Language

Tailandia

tsq
Modern Standard Thai Sign Language, MSTSL, TSL, ThSL

 

Thai, Northern

Laos, Tailandia

nod
Kam Mu'ang, Kammyang, Kammüang, Khon, Khon Mueang, Khon, Nan, Kam Mueang, Lan Na, Lanatai, Lanna, Lannatai, Muang, Mueang, Myang, Bandu, Tai Wang, Kammyang, Kammüang, Khon, Khon Mueang, Khon Myang, Khonmuang, La Nya, Mu'ang, Mung, Payap, Phayap, Phyap, Tai Nya, Western Laotian

 

Thai, Southern

Tailandia

sou
Tak Bai, Thai Malay, Tai Islam, Tai Tak Bai, Dambro, Pak Tai, Pak Thai, Paktay

 

Urak Lawoi

Tailandia

urk
Adang, Phuket Old Peoples, Phuket Young Peoples, Urak Lawoi', Chaw Talay, Chawnam, Lawoi, Lawta, Orak Lawoi'

 

Wa

Birmania; Myanmar, China, Tailandia

prk
Aishuai, Alwa, Banhong, Dazhai, Wa, Parauk, Baraog, Baroke, Buliu, Bulu, Burao, Phalok, Praok, Ai Cheung, Ai Swa, Ang Krax, Awm Plawk, Bible Wa, Caong Naong, Cuan, Hom, Ien, Kang Seu, Kaung Sang, Kawn Cawng, Kawn Jiem, Kawn Mau, Kawn Poih, Kawn Rao, Kawng Lang, Kha Lax, Khui Ma, Kok Lah, La Dah, La Kong, Lah Kreum, Lhax Tiah, Lung Kua, Man Leen, Man Shiang, Man Teu, Man Tong, Meung, Meung Kun, Meung Mao, Meung Yum, Muik Lhang, Muik Lhax, Muik Nghawng, Muik Nu, Muik Raix, Muik Sime, Nawng Plawx, Nom Tum, Pa Tah, Pang Vai, Pang Yang, Panglao, Rho Mawng, Rok Tong, Sau Hin, Savaik, Si Gang Rai, Si Nawk, Si Nga, Si Viex, Simung, Taoh Mie, Toi Lawng, Veng Ngeen, Vui Sai, Yaong Brex, Yaong Khrum, Yaong Krak, Yaong Kua, Yaong Leen, Yaong Lung, Yaong Nong, Yaong O, Yaong Peng, Yaong Raok, Yaong Riex, Yaong Sang, Yaong Soi, Yaong Ting, Ying Phang, Jo Phyu, Man Teey, Man Ton, Muik Khaox, Sigang, Standard Wa


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