The Khmuic languages are:
- Khao, Bit, Mlabri (Yumbri), Khang (Mang U’), Phong (Kniang, Tay Phong), Puoc (Puok, Pou Hok, Khsing-Mul), Khmu’, Khuen, O’du, Lua’ (Pray), Mal (Thin), Phray (Pray), Phai (Pray, Theen, Kha Sam Liam)
There is some disagreement over whether Bit is Khmuic or Palaungic; Svantesson believes it is most likely Palaungic, and it is sometimes placed in Mangic, but most classifications here take them as Khmuic. Similarly, Phuoc (Xinh Mul) and Khang are also sometimes classified as Mangic.
The interrelationships of these languages are uncertain. Ethnologue 16 classifies them as follows:
A provisional classification at SEALang keeps Mal–Phrai, but connects Khao with Khang instead of with Bit, treats Khuen as a dialect of Khmu':
Diffloth & Proschan (1989) 
Chazée (1999), citing Diffloth & Proschan (1989), has the following:
Peiros (2004) 
Ilia Peiros (Peiros 2004:39) has the following:
See also 
- Chazée, Laurent. 1999. The Peoples of Laos: Rural and Ethnic Diversities. Bangkok: White Lotus.
- Peiros, Ilia J. 2004. Geneticeskaja klassifikacija aystroaziatskix jazykov. Moskva: Rossijskij gosudarstvennyj gumanitarnyj universitet (doktorskaja dissertacija).
- Khmuic languages page from Ethnologue site
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