Tanglang (Chinese: 堂郎语), or Tholo (autonym: tʰo˥lo˧zɑ˧), is a Loloish language spoken by 947 people in 8 villages of southern Tai'an Township 太安乡, Lijiang County, Yunnan, including in Hongmai 红麦  and Shuijing 水井村 villages. Tanglang has been in long-term contact with Bai, and is also in contact with Naxi. The speakers' name for the language is tʰo42 lo42.
Tanglang is taught in local schools.
Tanglang speakers are referred to by the following names.
- autonym: tʰo42 lo42 zɑ33 (Tulusha 吐鲁沙)
- exonym in Heqing County: Tanglangzi 堂郎子
- exonym of the Nalu 那鲁 (Heihua 黑话) people: Moxie 麽些
- exonym in Jianchuan County 剑川县: tʰo31 lo31 χo33
- exonym in Lijiangba District 丽江县坝区: tʰo33 le33 dʌ31
- exonym in Nanshan 南山: lu55 lu33
- Hammarström, Harald; Forkel, Robert; Haspelmath, Martin; Bank, Sebastian, eds. (2016). "Tanglang = Toloza". Glottolog 2.7. Jena: Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History.
- Bradley, David. 2004. Endangered Central Ngwi Languages of Central Yunnan. Keynote Presentation, 37th International Conference on Sino-Tibetan Languages and Linguistics, Lund University, Sweden.
- 盖兴之. 2002. 堂郎话概况. 《民族语文)2002年第3期.
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