Small Flowery Miao

Small Flowery Miao
Native toChina
Native speakers
(84,000 cited 1995)[1]
Language codes
ISO 639-3sfm

Small Flowery Miao (Chinese: 小花苗 xiǎo huā miáo) is a Miao language of China spoken by the Gha-Mu people, that is closely related to Hmong: Hmong and Small Flowery Miao are listed as the first and second local dialects of the Chuanqiandian Cluster of West Hmongic languages.[2] It is spoken in Nayong, Shuicheng, Zhenning, Guanling, and Hezhang counties of western Guizhou, China.[3]


  1. ^ Small Flowery Miao at Ethnologue (18th ed., 2015)
  2. ^ Wang Fushi (1983). "Miáoyǔ fāngyán huàfēn wèntí (On the Dialect Divisions of the Miao Language)". Mínzú Yǔwén 5:1–22.
  3. ^ http://asiaharvest.org/wp-content/themes/asia/docs/people-groups/China/chinaPeoples/G/Gha-Mu.pdf

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