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Gokhy (Gɔkhý) is a Southern Loloish language of the border region of China, Thailand, and Myanmar. They are also referred to by other Akha groups as the Akhə Akha. Speakers live mostly in China. It is closely related to Akha, and that it is part of the Hanoid (Southern Loloish) group of languages, but is uncertain of its classification within Hanoid.
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