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Jhangvi (جھنگوی), Jhangochi (جھنگوچی) or Rachnavi(رچناوی) is a dialect of Pakistan that is intermediate between Punjabi and Saraiki. Its name is derived from Jhang. It is spoken throughout a widespread area, starting from Khanewal to Jhang District at either end of Ravi and Chenab. 
Jhangi's sound inventory includes implosive consonants, but unlike in Saraiki these do not have phonemic status, as they do not contrast with plain voiced consonants. The implosives are also more common than in Saraiki, and their set contains the unusual for the area dental implosive (/ɗ̪/), which contrasts with the regular retroflex implosive /ᶑ/.
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