Ar 16:21 -0700 1997-08-15, scríobh Glenn Adams:
>At 03:18 PM 8/15/97 -0700, Timothy Partridge wrote:
>>Two code encoding seems to be consistent also with the Thai which I
>>understand is closely related to Khmer.
>Actually not. Thai doesn't have subscript or conjunct forms. The languages
>also are unrelated.
Ruhlen 1991 classifies thus:
Austric (1175 languages)
Mon-Khmer (138, including Khmer)
Daic (57, including Thai)
Of course, this classification would place Thai and Khmer in the same sort
of relationship as Bengali and Portuguese. Not very closely related.
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