- Aheu language
speakers=c. 2,520 (2000)
Aheu is a language spoken by the
Phon Sung peoplein Laosand Thailand. There are thought to be some 1,770 speakers in Laos, largely concentrated in Khamkeut District. A further 750 speakers live in Thailand.
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