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This article is about the language. For the Chinese people sometimes called Yue, see Cantonese people.
"Yueyu" redirects here. It is not to be confused with Yuyue (disambiguation), Yuyu (disambiguation), or Yueyue (disambiguation).

Yue or Yueh (English pronunciation: /ˈjuː/ or /juːˈ/) is a primary branch of Chinese spoken in southern China, particularly the provinces of Guangdong and Guangxi. The name Cantonese is often used for the whole branch, but linguists prefer to reserve that name for the variety of Guangzhou (Canton) and Hong Kong, which is the prestige dialect. Cantonese and Taishanese are spoken by substantial overseas populations in Southeast Asia, Canada, Australia, and the United States, particularly as a consequence of waves of mass migrations from Hong Kong.

Yue dialects are not mutually intelligible with other varieties of Chinese.

They are among the most conservative varieties with regard to the final consonants and tonal categories of Middle Chinese, but have lost several distinctions in the initial and medial consonants that other Chinese varieties have retained.


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