- Language: Kadu
- Alternate names: Gadu, Gamaan, Kado, Kantu, Kadu-Ganaan, Kato, Kudo, Maw, Mawteik, Puteik, Asak, Sak, Thet, Kadu, Andro, Sengmai, Chakpa, Phayeng, Katu, Gado, Woni, That, ကဒူး
- Language code: zkd
- Language family: Sino-Tibetan, Tibeto-Burman, Sal, Jingpho-Luish, Luish (SIL classification)
- Number of speakers: 30,000
- Vulnerability: Vulnerable
- Script: Latin script, in development.
Different from Kaduo (See: [[Kaduo]]), a Sino-Tibetan language of China and Laos. The Kadu say they are descended from the Thet, also known as Sak (see Chak (See: [[Chak]])). Buddhist.
This language was formerly classified as Kado (kdv), which has split into Kadu (zkd) and Kanan (zkn) since 2011 (http://www-01.sil.org/iso639-3/chg_detail.asp?id=2011-002).Kadu (zkd) is different from Kaduo (ktp), a language of China belonging to the Southern Ngwi branch in Tibeto-Burman language family. It is also different from Katu (ktv), a Mon-Khmer language of Vietnam.