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1 Countries
1.1 Countries
China, Laos, Thailand, United States of America, Vietnam
1.2 Total No. Of Countries
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5
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1.3 National Language
China, Gambia, Laos, Thailand, United States of America, Vietnam
1.4 Second Language
Not spoken in any of the countries, Republic of Brazil
1.5 Speaking Continents
Asia
1.6 Minority Language
Not spoken in any of the countries
1.7 Regulated By
Not Available
1.8 Interesting Facts
  • Hmong language may not be so popular at first sight, but it has rich history and various dialects are spoken by millions of people.
  • Hmong language came from western part of China.
1.9 Similar To
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1.10 Derived From
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2 Alphabets
2.1 Alphabets in
2.2 Alphabets
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2.3 Phonology
2.3.1 How Many Vowels
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14
Rank: 11 (Overall)
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2.3.2 How Many Consonants
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60
Rank: 36 (Overall)
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2.4 Scripts
Latin
2.5 Writing Direction
Left-To-Right, Horizontal
2.6 Hard to Learn
2.6.1 Language Levels
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2.6.2 Time Taken to Learn
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44 weeks
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3 Greetings
3.1 Hello
Nyob zoo (Nyaw zhong)
3.2 Thank You
Ua tsaug (Oua jow)
3.3 How Are You?
Koj nyob li cas (Gaw nyaw lee cha)
3.4 Good Night
zoo hmo
3.5 Good Evening
zoo yav tsaus ntuj
3.6 Good Afternoon
zoo tav su
3.7 Good Morning
zoo thaum sawv ntxov
3.8 Please
thov
3.9 Sorry
Thov txim (Thaw zhee)
3.10 Bye
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3.11 I Love You
Kuv hlub koj
3.12 Excuse Me
zam txim rau kuv
4 Dialects
4.1 Dialect 1
Hmong Njua
4.1.1 Where They Speak
Laos
4.1.2 How Many People Speak
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310,000.00
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4.2 Dialect 2
Hmong Daw
4.2.1 Where They Speak
China
4.2.2 How Many People Speak
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1,600,000.00
Rank: 21 (Overall)
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4.3 Dialect 3
Hmong Do
4.3.1 Where They Speak
Vietnam
4.3.2 How Many People Speak
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4.4 Total No. Of Dialects
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6
Rank: 6 (Overall)
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5 How Many People Speak
5.1 How Many People Speak?
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4.00 million
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5.2 Speaking Population
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0.13 %
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5.3 Native Speakers
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3.70 million
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5.3.1 Second Language Speakers
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5.3.2 Native Name
Hmong
5.3.3 Alternative Names
Mong
5.3.4 French Name
hmong
5.3.5 German Name
Miao-Sprachen
5.4 Pronunciation
Not Available
5.5 Ethnicity
Hmong people
6 History
6.1 Origin
19
6.2 Language Family
Hmong–Mien Family
6.2.1 Subgroup
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6.2.2 Branch
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6.3 Language Forms
6.3.1 Early Forms
No early forms
6.3.2 Standard Forms
Hmong
6.3.3 Language Position
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6.3.4 Signed Forms
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6.4 Scope
Macrolanguage
7 Code
7.1 ISO 639 1
No data available
7.2 ISO 639 2
7.2.1 ISO 639 2/T
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7.2.2 ISO 639 2/B
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7.3 ISO 639 3
hmv
7.4 ISO 639 6
Not Available
7.5 Glottocode
firs1234
7.6 Linguasphere
No data available
7.7 Types of Language
7.7.1 Language Type
Living
7.7.2 Language Linguistic Typology
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7.7.3 Language Morphological Typology
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Know Alphabets in Hmong

When you start learning to write in any language the Alphabets form a skeleton of any language. Let's talk About Hmong Language, where you will learn the number of letter in Hmong Alphabets. Every language has its own set of alphabets or characters so it is necessary to know alphabets in Hmong. Hmong phonology gives Hmong vowels and Hmong consonants. There are 14 vowels and 60 consonants in Hmong language. Based upon the number of alphabet, vowels and consonants in the language we can check if Hmong is one of the Most Difficult Languages. All about Hmong language is given in detail in this section.

All Hmong countries

Want to explore all Hmong countries? About Hmong language serves you with all Hmong Speaking Countries. Countries that use Hmong as official language are called as Hmong countries.

  • Countries that use Hmong as their National Language are: China, Gambia, Laos, Thailand, United States of America, Vietnam.

Second language indicates to any language which the person learns in addition to first or native language.

  • Countries that use Hmong as second language are: Hmong is not spoken as second language in any of the countries.

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Learn Hmong greetings

Languages are used by every human being to communicate. And communication begins with the greetings. First step to form any interaction is to learn Hmong Greetings. Whenever you are travelling to new country where in you don’t know the local language of that country then you should at least be familiar with some greetings to start any formal or informal conversion. When we talk about Hmong language, we are always interested in learning useful phrases in Hmong language.Learn Hmong greetings that can be used in formal situations:

  • Hello: Nyob zoo (Nyaw zhong)
  • Thank you: Ua tsaug (Oua jow)
  • Good Morning: zoo thaum sawv ntxov
  • Good Evening: zoo yav tsaus ntuj
  • Good Afternoon: zoo tav su

All Hmong Language Codes

Get to know all Hmong language codes here. There are several languages spoken all over the world where in most of the languages have alternate names which come from diverse sources. All Hmong Language Codes are assigned with unique code. There is usually two or three letters code for each language. In most of the applications, these language codes are used where it is tedious to use language names.