Mongphu language

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Native toChina
Native speakers
~500 (2015)[1]
Language codes
ISO 639-3None (mis)

Mongphu or Mongpho (autonym: mɔŋ˥ pʰɤ˨˩) is a Lolo-Burmese language of Yunnan, China spoken in Lisa 里洒,[2] Guangnan County and in Zhilun 值伦,[3][4] Upper Zhemei 上者梅,[5] Lower Zhemei 下者梅, and Muyang 木杨 villages of Funing County, Yunnan. There are several hundred speakers. It is likely most closely related to Maza and Mango.