Muangphe language

Muangphe
Native to China
Ethnicity Yi
Native speakers
300 (2014)[1]
Language codes
ISO 639-3 None (mis)
Glottolog muan1234[2]

Muangphe (autonym: muaŋ˥˧, muaŋ˥phe˨˩) is a Lolo-Burmese language spoken by about 300 people in Guangnan County, Yunnan, China.

Distribution

Hsiu (2014)[1] lists the following Muangphe villages. Xinfazhai 新发寨 has the most fluent speakers.

  • Heizhiguo Township 黑支果乡
    • Mulang 木浪村[3]
      • Jilai 吉赖[4] (pop. 137)
      • Xinfazhai 新发寨[5] (pop. 233)
    • Yilang 夷郎村
      • Mudilang 木底浪[6] (pop. 150)
    • Xinjie 新街村
      • Mulou 木娄[7] (pop. 139)
      • Mulong 木聋[8] (pop. 115)
  • Babao Township 八宝乡
    • Yangliushu 杨柳树村
      • Wabiao 瓦标[9] (pop. 119)
      • Muliang 木良[10] (pop. 113)

References


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