Pochuri is a member of the Angami-Pochuri branch of the Sino-Tibetan language family spoken mainly in southeast Nagaland in northeast India. There are also some Pochuri speakers in Ukhrul district of Manipur. According to the 2001 census, there are 17,000 speakers of Pochuri, which is also known as Pochuri Naga.
H is pronounced [ʔ] at the end of syllable.
Hiri Pa rügi vü küpehwa; no kümtse nyowa tü küsiakeluo; Noh kükajiwa küru luo; azhih ha nga vi thajüwu vü kümüjie noh müshe saluo, Nosü nüh nosü avo hiri tsüluo, Nyuri nüh hiri vü müküle küsa hiri nüh noküja kümüjie, hiri nüh müküle saküsari nojatsüluo, Hiri vi kümüramüzhi lovü müthse tümü luo; thitü kümüsüwa vünüh hiri külole luo. Küpakenühnyunü kajipewa thi kükhra thi kütholawa tü küsuokürho noh zhi wiethuoh.
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