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Source: Xi Lu


Native Name

Total Speakers
According to a survey by Jingzhong Li,a linguist in China, the count of native-speakers of Muzzi is less than 2,000.

Usage By Country
Muzzi is only used in China

The name of this language is Muzzi, the meaning of which is still unknown. The native-seakers of Muzzi call themselves as “Muzzi xxix niangir”, meaning “people speaking Muzzi”. Muzzi is a kind of endangered language in Luxi County Hunan Province, China. In history there is no characters of this language. In March 2013, Xi Lu(陆曦in Chinese),namely the translator of this version, have begun to apply Latin characters to write in Muzzi.

Received 3/10/2016
Posted 3/10/2016
Checked 3/10/2016