• Language: Prai
  • Alternate names: Lua', East Pua Pray, Pray 2, Pray
  • Language code: prt
  • Language family: Austro-Asiatic, Mon-Khmer, Northern Mon-Khmer, Khmuic, Mal-Khmu’, Mal-Phrai (SIL classification)
  • Number of speakers: 6,281
  • Vulnerability: Threatened
  • Script: Thai script.

More information:

    Distinct from Mal (See: [[Mal]]). Lua is a self-reported language name for many Prai and Mal. The Southern dialect is called Longhouse (Jordan-Diller and Diller 2004). About 12 villages, mostly in Bo Klua District, with a few villages in Pua District. Ban Wen dialect speakers live in 10–15 villages, primarily in Bo Klua District, with some in Chalerm Prakiat District.

    Prai is spoken in Thailand, Southeast Asia.