Groma language

Tromo, Chumbi
Chomowa, D˚romowa
Native toChina, Bhutan and India
RegionChumbi Valley region between Sikkim and Bhutan
Native speakers
(27,000 cited 1993–2007)[1]
Language codes
ISO 639-3gro

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.


  1. ^ Chomo at Ethnologue (18th ed., 2015)

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