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Younuo Bunu


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Younuo is a divergent Hmongic language spoken in Longsheng County (龙胜县), Guangxi, China. Mao reports a total of approximately 4,000 speakers. Its classification is uncertain, although it may be related to Pa-Hng. According to Mao (2007), Younuo is most closely related to Pa-Hng, and forms a branch with it. Like Pa-Hng, the Younuo are also called Red Yao 红瑶, which can refer to various groups speaking different languages. Younuo speakers are also called Shanhua Red Yao 山话红瑶, and number about 4,600 people. Their neighbors, the Pinghua Red Yao 平话红瑶, speak a dialect related to the Chinese dialects of Guibei Pinghua 桂北平话 and Xiangnan Tuhua 湘南土话, and number just over 10,000 people.
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[en] Bunu, Younuo

Language type : Living

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