Welcome to the Dai Lue dictionary! Dai Lue is a beautiful language spoken in the southern part of Yunnan, China, and in the surrounding countries.

The Dai Lue people are rural people who grow lots of rice and harvest rubber in their rubber plantations. Their fun-loving culture finds its climax in the water-throwing festival at Dai New Year. Click on rice or rubber or year or fun or throw water to learn more about the Dai Lue people!

Dai Lue women (and some men) weave beautiful cloth on their home looms. Examples of this cloth are shown throughout this dictionary. Click on weave or cloth to learn more about them.

Many words have notes about cultural or grammatical things. Take some time to explore the richness of this beautiful language, and gain insight into their culture and lifestyle.