Langue / Language vietnamien / Vietnamese
Autres noms / Alternate names annamite - Annamese - Jing - Gin - Kinh - Ching - Viet
Code international : vie / International Code: vie
Nombre locuteurs / Number of speakers 68.000.000 locuteurs / 68.000.000 speakers
Classification / Classification

mon-khmer > viet-muong > vietnamien
Mon-Khmer > Viet-Muong > Vietnamese

The affiliation of Vietnamese (tiếng Việt) to Mon-Khmer was demonstrated by Haudricourt (1953); later research showed that Vietnamese is closest to the Muong languages (Ferlus 2004), with which it constitutes the Viet-Muong branch (also known as Vietic) of Mon-Khmer (Sidwell 2009).

Ferlus, Michel. 2004. "The origin of tones in Viet-Muong." In Papers from the Eleventh Annual Conference of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society 2001, edited by Somsonge Burusphat, 297–313. Tempe, Arizona: Arizona State University Programme for Southeast Asian Studies Monograph Series Press.
Haudricourt, André-Georges. 1953. "La place du vietnamien dans les langues austroasiatiques." Bulletin de La Société de Linguistique de Paris 49 (1): 122–128.
Sidwell, Paul (2009). Classifying the Austroasiatic languages: history and state of the art. LINCOM studies in Asian linguistics, 76. Munich: Lincom Europa.

Zone géographique / Geographical area
Lieu d'enquête / Location where fieldword is conducted

Asie > Vietnam > Hanoi

Asia > VietNam > Hanoi

Spécialiste(s) au Lacito / Specialist(s) at Lacito

Alexis MICHAUD

Publications sur cette langue au Lacito / Publications on this language at Lacito

Sur Academia.edu / On Academia.edu

a Accès aux enregistrements de cette langue / Available recordings in this language

a Accéder à la page présentant les enregistrements vietnamiens
a To access the page presenting the Vietnamese recordings

Liens, photos / Links, photos

link Liens externes / External links :

• Le vietnamien sur Wikipedia

• Hanoi vue du ciel


Langues et civilisations
à tradition orale
(UMR7107)