|Native to||Nagaland, India|
|Region||Eastern and some parts of Western Nagaland, Tuensang and Dimapur districts|
|83,259 (2011 census)|
Yimchungrü (Yimchungrü Naga), also Yachumi (Yatsumi) in Sema, is a Sino-Tibetan language of the Ao branch spoken in northeast India by the Yimchunger Naga people. It is spoken between Namchik and Patkoi in Tuensang district, northern Nagaland, India. Yimchungrü is spoken by around 80,000 people in about 100 villages.
Ethnologue lists the following dialects of Yimchungrü.
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