Muji, or Bokha, is a Loloish language cluster spoken by the Phula people of China. It is one of several such languages to go by the name Muji. Muji varieties are Northern Muji, Qila Muji, Southern Muji, and Bokha–Phuma (Pelkey 2011).
The representative Southern Muji dialect studied in Pelkey (2011) is that of Pujiazhai 普家寨, Adebo Township 阿德博乡, Jinping County.
Qila Muji is spoken the following 3 villages (Pelkey 2011:166).
Qila dialect has velar lateral affricates /kʰ, k, ɡʟ̝/ (Pelkey 2011: 243).
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