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Yong–Quan Xiang
Native toChina
RegionHunan, Guangxi
Native speakers
6.5 million
Sino-Tibetan
Language codes
ISO 639-3None (mis)
Glottologyong1285
Hunanese Xiang Cities.png
Yong-Quan Xiang is in green. The white dots are Yongzhou and Quanzhou County.

Yong–Quan Xiang (Chinese: 永全片; pinyin: Yǒng-Quánpiàn) is a Xiang Chinese language spoken in Guilin and southern Hunan that does not fit into the traditional New XiangOld Xiang dichotomy. It is geographically adjacent to the Old Xiang dialects that it was traditionally grouped with.

A representative dialect is Qiyang.

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