Cambodian-English Glossary

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Franklin E. Huffman and Im Proum

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Designed to accompany the series of Cambodian readers prepared by Franklin E. Huffman and Im Proum, this work is now reissued as an aid not only to students of the Cambodian language but also to Cambodians residing in English-speaking countries.

The largest such glossary compiled to date, it includes some 10,000 words, with definitions that are useful and complete at a general level, beyond the specific context of the published readings. Although less comprehensive than a dictionary, it fills an important purpose as an inexpensive aid for speakers of either language.
ISBN: 9780300020700
Publication Date: September 10, 1981
152 pages, 7 x 10
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