||270,000 in Viet Nam (1999 census).
||Dac Lac, part of Phu Yen and Khanh Hoa provinces, Banmethuot area. Possibly in Cambodia. Also in United States.
Southern Viet Nam, reference number 71
||De, E-De, Edeh, Raday, Rde, Rhade
||Bih, Ndhur (Mdhur), Adham (A-Dham), Blo, Kodrao (Kdrao), Krung 1, Rde Kpa (Kpa). Bih (1,000) may be a separate language. Krung 1 dialect is different from the Bahnaric language Kru’ng 2 [krr], in Cambodia. Other dialect or ethnic group names are: Ktul, Dlie, Rue, E-pan, Dong Kay, Arul, Kah.
||Austronesian, Malayo-Polynesian, Malayo-Sumbawan, North and East, Chamic, Highlands
||Literacy rate in L1: 10%–30%. Literacy rate in L2: 50%–75%. Radio programs. NT: 1964.
||An official ethnic community. Christian, traditional religion.