Adu
Native toChina
EthnicityYi
Language codes
ISO 639-3

Adu (Chinese: 阿笃) is an unclassified Loloish language of Huaning County, Yunnan, China.

Pelkey (2011:431)[1] suggests that the neighboring Xiqi, Ati, and Long languages of Huaning County may be Southeastern Loloish languages.

Distribution

The Huaning County Gazetteer 华宁县志 (1994:514) lists the following locations of Adu.

Vocabulary

The Huaning County Ethnic Gazetteer (1992:72)[8] provides a short word list of Adu, Ati, Xiqi, Nong, and Azhe transcribed using Chinese characters, shown below. Pinyin transliterations have also been provided below.

English gloss Chinese gloss Adu (阿笃语) Ati (阿梯语) Xiqi (西期语) Nong (弄语) Azhe (阿哲语)
village 寨子 且 (qie) 且 (qie) 卡 (ka) 卡 (ka) 卡 (ka)
water 叶 (ye) 叶 (ye) 矣咋 (yi zha) 翁咋 (weng zha) 叶 (ye)
girl 小姑娘 燃米诺 (ran mi nuo) 尼格莫 (ni ge mo) 阿门儿若 (a men er ruo) 阿门儿少若 (a men er shao ruo) 若麻儿西若 (ruo ma er xi ruo)
boy 小伙子 茶塞 (cha sai) 差血若 (cha(i) xue ruo) 阿杂若 (a za ruo) 撮沙若 (cuo sha ruo) 若那儿 (ruo na er)
corn 包谷 矣白儿 (yi bai er) 苏柏儿 (su bai er) 阻目 (zu mu) 苏木白儿 (su mu bai er) 火魔 (huo mo)
have 杂杂 (za za) 杂杂 (za za) 白儿 (bai er) 杂 (za) 祖阿(杂) (zu a (za))
not 麻 (ma) 麻 (ma) 麻 (ma) 麻 (ma) 阿米 (a mi)

References

  1. ^ a b Pelkey, Jamin. 2011. Dialectology As Dialectic: Interpreting Phula Variation. Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton.
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  7. ^ "华宁县青龙镇革勒村民委员会". ynszxc.net. Retrieved 2017-12-30.
  8. ^ Huaning County Ethnic Gazetteer Editorial Committee (ed). 1992. Huaning County Ethnic Gazetteer 华宁县民族志. Kunming: Yunnan People’s Press 云南民族出版社.