Gehuo language

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Gehuo
Native to China
Region Yunnan
Ethnicity Hani
Language codes
ISO 639-3 None (mis)
Glottolog None

Gehuo (Chinese: 格活) is a Southern Loloish language of Yunnan, China. It is spoken in Baima Shangzhai 白马上寨村, Yingpan Township 营盘乡, Jinping County 金平县, Yunnan (Yang, et al. 2011).[1] Their autonym is Hanni 含妮, whereas the neighboring Hani people refer to them as Gehuo 格活 (Yang, et al. 2011:9). The Gehuo are also found in parts of Lüchun County and Yuanyang County, Yunnan (Yang, et al. 2011:5-6).

Distribution[edit]

The Jinping County Ethnic Gazetteer (2013:89, 101)[2] reports that Gehe 格合 (Gehe 格河;[3] Gehuo 格活; in Laomeng Township 老勐乡 their exonym is Angluo 昂珞) is spoken in Tongchang 铜厂, Yingpan 营盘, and Laomeng 老勐 townships, and comprised 2,563 households and 10,510 persons as of 2005.

References[edit]

  1. ^ 金平苗族瑶族傣族自治县营盘乡罗戈塘村委会白马上寨村
  2. ^ 金平苗族瑶族傣族自治县民族志1979-2010. 金平苗族瑶族傣族自治県民族宗教事務局編. 雲南民族出版社. 2013年8月. ISBN 9787536757028
  3. ^ Jinping County Almanac (1994)
  • Yang Liujin 杨六金; Guo Ji 郭级; Chen Wenying 陈文英. 2011. 国际哈尼/阿卡区域文化调查: 中国金平县营盘哈尼族格活人文化实录. Kunming: Yunnan People's Press 云南人民出版社. ISBN 978-7-222-07411-8