Yimchungrü is a member of the Ao branch of the Sino-Tibetan language family. It is spoken by the Yimchunger Naga people in Tuensang district in Nagaland in northeastern India. In 2001 there were 92,000 Yimchungrü speakers.
Yimchungrü is also known as Yimchungrü Naga, Yachumi or Yatsumi. Dialects include Tikhir, Wai, Chirr, Minir, Pherrongre, Yimchungru.
H is pronounced [ʔ] at the end of syllable.
Yinmi ching labuh isa Abuh, nü mung amüsüh thsang. Nü kiulongthsü arang, yinmi ching künangde la, alomi ching junangde nü lümkhi thsang. Khihni isa kilim nimung aban tsühyungpü kü; isanü isa mahputungrü neak bahjihkhi nangde, isa mah she bahjang; tüsho rükaki ching isa dübeshih, tüshe amütsübe chingnü isa bekhitang. Tümütüsho nü kiulongthsü, wu tüsho müretah lünnü lah.
Details of Yimchungrü pronunciation and the sample text provided by Michael Peter Füstumum