Monic peoples

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Monics

Mon
Munda hungje
Ayamei
Wén
Văn
Ven
Regions with significant populations
 Tuthina
 Koyro
 Xiaodong
 Senria
 Namor
 Toksan
 Akai
 Min
Languages

Monic, Lahudic, Koy-Ama, Lahudic and Eteo-Lahudic languages

Religion

Txoism, Cakrism, Christianity, Kamism, secularism, folk religions

Footnotes
Tzihan, Syodongmun, Uchen, Wannengxu, Pongpathic

The Monic people (correlated with Monic civilization) are a closely related family of various ethnic groups that span from Velkia to East Borea, spreading throughout the latter during the Great Monic Migration. They are primarily defined with a specific ethnolinguistic commonality decidedly different from other societies in the world ("Monic Identity") In Linguistics, the term Monic is used towards the languages they speak, more specifically within the Acanic-Nozamic branches.


History

Groups

Nozamics

The main line, starting in Namor. Kannei, Minjianese, Xiaodongese, Hwa,

Acanic

Separated from the Nozamics, migrated east and south. Akai

Boreanic

Separated from Acanic/Nozamic line, integrated with local cultures. Tinzan (Myarrese), Thianchinese, Narmado-Monics

"Monic Identity"

Political statuses

Organizations