|Native speakers||800 (1990)|
Khufi is one of the Pamir languages of Tajikistan's Gorno-Badakhshan Autonomous Province. It is closely related to, and traditionally considered a dialect of, Shughni, but is quite distinct. It is spoken in the villages of Khuf and Pastkhuf in the Khufdara River gorge — a right-hand tributary of Panj that descends from the Rushan Range south of the Bartang River and the town of Rushan.
See also 
- Памирские языки in Russian Wikipedia.
- A photograph of the village of Pastkhuf and the gorge where the Khufi language is spoken.
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