Khufi is a Pamir language spoken in the villages of Khuf and Pastkhuf in the Khufdara River gorge in Gorno-Badakhshan Autonomous Province of Tajikistan by about 800 people. It is closely related to Shughni, and traditionally thought of a a dialect of Shughni, though is distinct.
Khufi is not usually written, but there is a way of writing it using the Latin alphabet for Shughni.
Download a chart of the Khufi alphabet (PDF, in German)
Information about Khufi alphabet and pronunciation provided by Wolfram Siegel
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