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STATS Diffloth, G. 1984, "The Dvaravati Old Mon language and Nyah Kur", pp. iii, 402 pp., maps. Chulalongkorn University Printing House. cite.
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STATSDJVUPDF Premsrirat, S. 1999, "Tonogenesis in Khmu dialects of SEA", in Papers from the ninth annual meeting of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society, ed. G.W. Thurgood, pp. 121-134. Program for Southeast Asia Studies, Arizona State University. cite.
STATS Suwilai Premsrirat. 2002, "The future of Nyah Kur", in Collected papers on Southeast Asian and Pacific languages, ed. R.S. Bauer, pp. 155-165. Australian National Univ., Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies. cite.
STATS Theraphan L. Thongkum. 1984, "Nyah Kur (Chao Bon)-Thai-English dictionary (Monic language studies 2),", Chulalongkorn U. Printing House,. cite.