Synonyms for veaeng or Related words with veaeng

stueng              pongro              boeng              samraong              trapeang              kouk              chrey              ruessei              preaek              andoung              lvea              thmei              thlok              chrum              thnal              krasang              krouch              kandal              tuek              sambour              rumduol              khpos              angk              paoy              kaev              kaoh              phnum              kandaol              sangkae              totueng              kaeut              kraom              tboung              kakaoh              svay              praek              krong              krabei              slaeng              chambak              tnaot              kbal              sampov              chhuk              sralau              trabaek              khvav              thma              khsach              khnar             



Examples of "veaeng"
Ta Veaeng Leu () contains ten villages and has a population of 2,399. In the 2007 commune council elections, all five seats for Ta Veaeng Leu went to members of the Cambodian People's Party. Land alienation is a problem of moderate severity in Ta Veaeng Leu. (See Ratanakiri Province for background information on land alienation.)
Ta Veaeng Kraom () contains ten villages and has a population of 1,926. In the 2007 commune council elections, all five seats for Ta Veaeng Kraom went to members of the Cambodian People's Party. Land alienation is a problem of moderate severity in Ta Veaeng Kraom. (See Ratanakiri Province for background information on land alienation.)
Prey Veaeng District () is a district located in Prey Veng Province, in south eastern Cambodia. The provincial capital Prey Veng town is located in the district.
Ta Veaeng () (also transliterated Ta Veng or Ta Veang) is a district located in Ratanakiri Province, in north-east Cambodia. It is the northernmost district in Cambodia, protruding between Laos and Vietnam.