|Native to||India, Burma|
Makury, or Makury Naga (wrongly spelled Makuri), is a classified Naga language of India and Burma. It is not close to other Naga languages that fall under Konyak-[Tangshang] and Angami-Zeme. Makury falls under Ao-Tangkhul linguistic group of southern Naga languages and is close to Naga languages that fall under the said language group. Müvlë (Longphuri) are a sub-tribe of Makury. In Eastern Nagaland, Myanmar, Makury, Somra Tangkhul and Para are closer than the other tribes in the north in terms of language.
Ethnologue lists the following dialects of Makury.
- Kyaungphuri[This is wrong because there is no sub-dialect as such under Makury and the correct spelling for this is Jongphüvlë. Jongphüvlë is a family clan of many under Makury]. Edited by Makury Tribal Council
- Shera [This is wrong because there is no sub-dialect as such under Makury]. Edited by Makury Tribal Council