Mro is spoken in the following townships of Myanmar (Ethnologue).
- Chin State: Paletwa township
- Rakhine State: Kyauktaw, Buthidaung, Ponnagyun, Pauktaw, Mrauk U, and Maungdaw townships.
There are 4 main dialects of Mro (Ethnologue).
- Arang (Ahraing Khami, Areung, Aroeng)
- Xengna (Hrengna)
- Vakung (Wakun, Wakung)
Wakun (Vakung) is the most widely spoken and understood dialect (Horney 2009:5). Horney (2009:5) also lists Aryn, Dau, Khuitupui, Likhy, Pamnau, Tuiron, Xautau, and Xienau as dialects of Mro. Horney (2009) describes phonologies of the Wakun and Xautau dialects.
- Hornéy, Christina Scotte. 2012. A phonological analysis of Mro Khimi. MA thesis, University of North Dakota.
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