Tuyuhun language

Extinct 5th-century language of northern China / From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Tuyuhun (Chinese: 吐谷渾), also known as ‘Azha from Tibetan script,[1] is an extinct language once spoken by the Tuyuhun of northern China about 500 AD. The existence of the Tuyuhun, and consequently their language, is first attested in the Book of Song, compiled around 488 AD.[2]

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Native toTuyuhun
RegionNorthern China
Language codes
ISO 639-3

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