Laghuu (Vietnamese: Xá Phó, Phù Lá Lão) is a Loloish language spoken in northwestern Vietnam in a single village in Lao Cai Province. In Nậm Sài, Sa Pa District, the speakers' autonym is la˨˩ɣɯ˦, while in Sơn La Province it is la˨˩ɔ˦ (Edmondson 1999). The people are also called the Phù Lá Lão by the Vietnamese.
Edmondson considers Laghuu to be related to but not part of the Yi language complex of China. Jamin Pelkey (2011) considers Laghuu to be a Southeastern Loloish language.
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