The Pumi language (also known as Prinmi) is a Tibeto-Burman language used by the Pumi people, an ethnic group from Yunnan, China. Most native speakers live in Lanping, Ninglang, Lijiang, Weixi and Muli. There are two branches of Pumi (southern and northern), and they are not mutually intelligible.
In some areas Pumi used the Tibetan script, mainly for religious purposes, although gradually it fell into disuse. A pinyin-based Roman script has been proposed, but is not commonly used.
The autonym of the Pumi is pʰʐə̃˥mi˥, with variants pʰʐõ˥mə˥˧ and tʂʰə̃˥mi˥˧. (Wikipedia)