Manumanaw is a Central Karen languages. It is spoken by about 10,000 people in the southwest of Kayah State in eastern Myanmar, particularly in the townships of Bawlakhe, Loikaw, Phruso and Demawso, and in the village of Naa Phe
Manumanaw Karen is also known as Manumanaw, Monumanaw, Kayah Monu, Manu or Manson.
Manumanaw is written with the Latin alphabet. There are several different spelling systems developed by missionaries. It can also be written with the Burmese alphabet.
Details of the Manumanaw alphabet provided by Wolfram Siegel
Information about Manumanaw Karen
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