|Native to||China, Bhutan and India|
|Region||Chumbi Valley region between Sikkim and Bhutan|
|(27,000 cited 1993–2007)|
Chomo (ZYPY), also D˚romo, or Dhromo Lakha (Roman Dzongkha), is a language spoken in Yadong County (or Chumbi Valley) in the Tibet region of China. It is also spoken in Sikkim, India. It belongs to the southern group of Tibetan languages. Its speakers identify as Tibetans.
(Himachal, Uttarakhand, Nepal, Sikkim)
(Tibet, Bhutan, Arunachal)
|Myanmar and Indo-Burmese border|
|East and Southeast Asia|
|Dubious (possible isolates)|
Italics indicates single languages that are also considered to be separate branches.