Ili Turki is a Turkic language spoken primarily in China. There were approximately 120 speakers of this language as of 1982.
Ili Turki appears to belong to the Chagatay group of Turkic languages, although it exhibits a number of features that suggest a Kipchak substratum. 
A comparison of Ili Turki's Chagatay and Kipchak features is shown below:
Kipchak & Chagatay features in Ili Turki
|*G > w after low vowels
||tyje+niŋ / et+tiŋ
||tʉjæ+nin / et+tin
||tʉjæ+niŋ / et+niŋ
||of the camel / of the meat
|*G > w > Ø after high vowels
|Loss of geminate consonants
Ili Turki is in China's Ili Kazakh Autonomous Prefecture along the Ili River and its tributaries and in Yining. There may be some speakers in Kazakhstan. Ili Turki has no official status in either country.
- ^ Ili Turki reference at Ethnologue (17th ed., 2013)
- ^ Zhào Xiāngrú and Reinhard F. Hahn (1989). "The Ili Turk People and Their Language". Central Asiatic Journal 33 (3/4): 261–285.
- ^ Reinhard F. Hahn (1991). "An Annotated Sample of Ili Turki". Acta Orientalia Academiae Scientiorum Hungaricae 45 (1): 31–53.