|Pronunciation||[tɕy˦no˦] or [ki˦nʲo˦]|
|Region||southern Yunnan (People's Republic of China)|
jiu – Youle Jinuo
jiy – Buyuan Jinuo
Jino (Jinuo; autonyms: tɕy˦no˦, ki˦nʲo˦) is a pair of Loloish languages spoken by the Jino people of Yunnan. The two languages, Youle and Buyuan, are not mutually intelligible. There is no official written form. Most Jino also speak one of the Tai languages or Chinese.
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