|ca. 54,000 (2007)|
Azhe (Chinese 阿哲 Azhe; Azhepo; autonym: [a21 dʐɛ22 pʰo21]) is one of the Loloish languages spoken by the Yi people of China.
Wang Chengyou (王成有) (2003:210) lists 3 dialects of Azhe, which are all mutually intelligible.
Azhe is spoken in Mile, Huaning, Kaiyuan, and Jianshui counties, with about 100,000 speakers.